Quetta: The Balochistan government has set up Rs. 24.542 billion for the Quetta Development Programme, with the goal of bringing a beneficial change to the city’s scenery, as well as multiplying its beauty and resolving future public problems.
An official from the Balochistan government told APP that the development package includes extending various roads, repairing the sewerage system, installing street lights, and constructing pathways to restore Quetta’s lost attractiveness.
He added that the government would pay Rs. 5,443 million for the development, clearing, alignment, and rehabilitation of the city’s 7.6-kilometer-long Sariab Road in order to offer basic services to inhabitants. “We are attempting to complete all development projects as soon as possible,” he added.
According to the source, Rs. 12,528 million has been set aside for the development and expansion of Quetta’s Sibzal and Joint roads, which are the city’s busiest and narrowest thoroughfares.
Construction and restoration of Sariab Road, Prince Road, Sirki Road, Jinnah Road, Samugli Road, Zarghoon Road, Sabzal Road, Brewery Road, Nawan Kali Bypass, Joint Road, and Western Bypass to Sariab Road are among the projects launched under the Quetta Development Programme, he added.