Lahore To Get 2 New Development Projects Worth 32 Billion Rupees


LAHORE: It has been approved by the Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) to implement two development schemes in the school education and irrigation sectors, estimated to cost Rs31.851 billion.

In a meeting presided over by Chairman Planning & Development Board Abdullah Khan Sumbal, the 30th meeting of PDWP of the current fiscal year approved these schemes.

In addition to the development schemes approved, Getting Results: Access and Delivery of Quality Education Services (GRADES) (Revised) included construction of a residential colony at Batapur as well as improvements to Canal Colony Thokar Niaz Beg for Rs501.172 million.

A meeting of the Planning & Development Board was also attended by the provincial secretary of the relevant department, the members of the Planning & Development Board, and other senior representatives from relevant departments.


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