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Punjab CM wants Rawalpindi Ring Road completion on time

By News Desk

November 10, 2023 07:26 PM


Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi paid another visit to Rawalpindi Ring Road, the 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Friday.

This is his third visit to the project in 25 days. The Chief Minister reviewed the work pace and reiterated resolve to ensure better public service delivery.0

He asked the Rawalpindi Commissioner and FWO officials to ensure timely completion of the projects.

He said that the completion of the ring road would provide immense convenience to the citizens of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi conducted an aerial inspection of the entire 38 km long route and observed the ongoing works.

On the occasion, he was briefed that Rawalpindi Ring Road is 38.3 km long and consists of six lanes.

On the instructions of the Chief Minister, Nespak has also provided the necessary drawing related to the ring road project.

The land required for the ring road has been completely handed over to the contractor for the construction work.

Heavy machinery has arrived for the construction of Rawalpindi Ring Road and the work is proceeding at full speed.

Construction of subways, drainage channels and road sections started.

Colonel Ayaz of FWO gave a briefing to Chief Minister Mohsin while the Rawalpindi Commissioner, RPO, CPO, Deputy Commissioner and FWO officials were also present on the occasion.

Reporter: Irshad Qureshi


News Desk


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