Rawalpindi: According to a recent report, the work on the Rawalpindi Ring Road project will begin in the next fiscal year. The Punjab Government has given the executing agency the heads-up for the acquisition of the road land.
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The Punjab Government has declared Rs. 6.7 billion for the possession of land for the project, requiring 7,733 Kanals of 14 Marlas in 27 villages. The road has a planned length of 66 kilometres, which originates from N-5 near the Radio Pakistan in Rawat which then passes through Motorway M-1 and M-2 and ends at Sangjani by crossing the N-5 to connect with Islamabad.
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The executing authority would be the Lahore Ring Road Authority as the provincial government had returned the project to the Rawalpindi Development Authority because it had no such experience with such a megaproject.
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