Development Projects In Islamabad
Rs.55 Billion to be spent on Development Projects In Islamabad
According to the Capital Development Authority (CDA) officials, a sum of Rs.55 billion will be spent on different development projects in Islamabad.
This official announcement was made during a weekly meeting of the housing and construction committee with prime minister Pakistan.
This amount of Rs.55 billion is collected via different auctions that were conducted in the month of July and September by the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
- Shibli Faraz the minister of Information and Broadcasting.
- Imran Ismail the governor Sindh,
- Ameen Aslam special assistant to Prime Minister Imran khan.
- Lt Gen (R) Asim Saleem Bajwa and
- Dr. Shehbaz Gul,
- State Bank Governor Reza Baqir,
- Naya Pakistan Housing Authority Chairman Lt Gen (R) Anwar Ali Haider and
various senior officers were part of this weekly meeting. The chairman CDA briefed about the progress of the ongoing development projects in Islamabad.
The ongoing projects include the completion of Burma Bridge, G-7 and G-8 underpass construction, park enclave bridge, and many other projects were also discussed. To resolve the increasing issue of water shortage in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi a new project of water supply from the Ghazi-Brotha Hydropower Project had been initiated.