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Central Development Working Party approves Rs62bn projects

The Central Development Workers' Union (CDWP) approved seven projects worth over Rs.69.9 billion on Friday and submitted four projects to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Commission for approval.

Ecnec approved two projects worth Rs. 43.5 billion in communications and transportation and approved a project to further expand Rs 10.35 billion at Hudyiara Drain Multan Road, 11 km away from Thokar Niaz Baig Road.

At the CDWP meeting led by Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal, the upgrade and expansion of Jaglot-Skardu Road was approved at R33.33 billion.

According to the project, the National Highway Authority will improve the 164-kilometer highway that will provide better travel facilities for residents of Gili-Baltistan. The Minister of Planning ordered the project work to begin without delay.

CDWP has also approved the reconstruction of the Warsk canal system in the Peshawar and Nowshera regions to Rs 121 crore. The project will involve improvements to the Kabul River canal system.

The CDWP also approved the establishment of a technical training organization to provide modern educational facilities for young people by the Special Communication Organization (SCO) of Gilgit-Baltistan.

The meeting is expected to complete the vision screening project at the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) until December, and will mark the beginning of a new era in Long-term Baltic. At the same time, Iqbal said installation of the software park should begin.

The CDWP approved the Punjab tourism and economic growth project, which will require $ 5.7 billion of expenditure and will be completed with the assistance of the World Bank.

We also approved Fata and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Center for Technology Education for Youth. In this project, 110 young people will receive technical training and receive Rs. 78.6 million.

In the tertiary education sector, CDWP approved Rs276.4m for Pakistan's productivity, quality and innovation initiatives.

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