LAHORE: Muridke’s development projects worth Rs2.10 billion were inaugurated by Mian Mehmood-ur-Rashid, Punjab’s minister for local government & community development (LGCD). Source: news report
Muridke is the 53rd largest city of Pakistan by population. In his address, Mian Mehmood-ur-Rashid announced that Rs2.10 billion had been invested into development initiatives in the Tehsil Municipal Committee Muridke.
According to him, six tube wells had already been erected in the City, and another 20 were under construction. It is a wonderful scheme that PTI Chairman Imran Khan and Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi are credited with introducing, and the Local Government Minister expressed his gratitude to them.
As part of his comprehensive plan to clean and beautify the city, Commissioner Lahore unveiled a number of initiatives. Several departments in Lahore have committed to cleaning the entire region for the municipal utilities.
As a part of the cleaning program, he instructed the police to select new areas and highways every day so that the work could be accomplished adequately. As part of this campaign, the DG PHA pledged to utilize all resources at PHA’s disposal. It has been ordered that all PHA officers keep an eye on the cleaning process.