Punjab government released PKR 8.21 billion for various development schemes

Lahore: Punjab Planning and Development (P&D) Board has released PKR 8.21 billion for various development projects across the province, news sources reported recently.

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The projects include the construction of roads and infrastructure development across various districts of the province. Following are details of some of the projects being funded:

The government has allotted PKR 2.85 billion for the establishment of a sub-campus of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) in Chichwatni, according to the information provided. The building of an 11.90-kilometre-long dual road in Rahim Yar Khan from Thalli Chowk to Iqbal Abad has been budgeted at PKR 870.17 million (N5).

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Similarly, the government has set aside PKR 450.70 million for the building of 8.8-kilometre-long roads in Vehari, as well as PKR 1.38 billion for the construction and dualization of a 16.50-kilometre-long road in Gujrat.

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