Rawalpindi: In a recent news report, the Commissioner Captain Mohammad Mehmood, stated that the city administration intends to complete several PKR 130 billion development schemes, including the Rawalpindi Ring Road (RRR) project, within the up-coming 2 years.
The commissioner expressed his views on the matter during a summit with the office-bearer’s bearers of the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI). RCCI President Mohammad Nasir Mirza and other concerned officials were all present at the occasion.
According to the details following are the projects that are tended to be complete:
- Rawalpindi Ring Road (RRR) at a cost of Rs.50 billion
- Leh Nullah Expressway at a cost of Rs.61 billion
- Kachehri Chowk Underpass at a cost of Rs.5 billion
- Ammar Chowk Underpass at a cost of Rs.830 million
- Daducha Dam at a cost of Rs. 6.49 billion
- Freelancer Hub
- Old Soan Bridge
- Six parking plazas at a cost of Rs. 5 billion
- Modern Bus Terminal
The commissioner had also asked the opinion of the local business community to provide their suggestions for making improvements to the existing infrastructure. He indicated that the Punjab government intended to provide a conducive environment to the local business community. Additional facilities planned included a museum at Sujan Singh Haveli and special economic zones along the Rawalpindi Ring Road route.
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