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Chief Minister orders improvement of sanitation services in Peshawar

Peshawar: In a recent news report, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan has directed the relevant departments to improve overall sanitation, expedite anti-encroachment drive and design project for reconstruction of all dilapidated school buildings in Peshawar and its vicinities.

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He likewise called for separating and informing purviews of Peshawar Development Authority (PDA), Water Supply and Sanitation Company (WSSC) and tehsil municipal authority (TMAs) inside multi-week to guarantee arrangement of value civil administrations to the inhabitants of the commonplace capital.

The gathering was informed that reproduction of 28 unique schools in Nowshera had likewise been remembered for current Annual Development Program.

Similarly, the meeting was told that a scheme for reconstruction and rehabilitation of 15 schools in Peshawar was included in current ADP while work on eight schools was already in progress. Under Peshawar school’s development plan, reconstruction, and rehabilitation of 277 schools was proposed.

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The meeting was briefed that required funds were provided for the construction of main Charsadda road that increased the pace of work on it.

Purchase of vehicles for funerals in Town-I and Town-II is underway and the process will be completed within one month. About the anti-encroachment drive, the meeting was informed that 90-Kanals had been retrieved so far.

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