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Nine uplift schemes

Lahore

May 15, 2019

LAHORE: The Punjab government Tuesday approved nine development schemes of different sectors at an estimated cost of Rs4.9 billion.

These schemes were approved in the 25th meeting of Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) of current fiscal year 2018-19 presided over by P&D Chairman Habib-ur-Rehman Gilani. The approved development schemes included Water Supply Scheme, Fazaiya Housing Colony Turnol Tehsil and District Rawalpindi at the cost of Rs547.089 million, GIS Integrated Computerisation of Urban Immovable Property Tax (UIPT) System in 30 districts of Punjab (revised) at the cost of Rs996.584 million, Rural Accessibility Programme (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department North Zone at the cost of Rs4.889.157 billion, Rural Accessibility Programme (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department Central Zone at the cost of Rs4.394 billion, Rural Accessibility Programme (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department South Zone at the cost of Rs6.157.831 billion, Dualisation of Khanewal-Lodhran Road at the cost of Rs22.295.157 billion, development works, construction and rehabilitation of roads, streets and public parks, DG Khan (Umbrella PC-I) at the cost of Rs559.988 million, Progressing Punjab by Entrepreneurial Development of SMEs (PPED) at the cost of Rs6 billion and developing SME sector through Loan Markup Support Programme (LMSP) at the cost of Rs3 billion.

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