Rawalpindi: According to a recent news report, the Federal Minister for Aviation, Ghulam Sarwar Khan visited Chahan Dam site to review progress on the ongoing construction work. He was briefed by authorities about the ongoing construction work on the site and Ring road project.
While conversing with the media, the priest said the dam would be finished at cost of Rs. 6 billion to give clean drinking water to the Union Councils of Dhamyal, Garja, Dhaman Syedan, Lakhan, Chak Jalaluddin and Kalial and others, adding that arrangement of essential conveniences of life to the majority was the highest need of the officeholder government.
The Rawalpindi Ring Road is a mega-development project which will be completed at the cost of Rs 65 million will not only resolve lingering problems but also help to improve socioeconomic conditions of the local people.
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The minister said the Ring Road would directly connect the three cities including Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Attock. The residents of Chakwal and Jhelum will also benefit from it.
The proposed length of the Rawalpindi Ring Road project is 64 km and will start from N-5 near Radio Pakistan in Rawat. The road will be connected to M-1 and M-2 and would cross N-5 to connect with Islamabad and end at Sangjani.
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