Lahore: According to news sources, the province administration has set aside 35 percent of the Annual Development Project budget for infrastructure and development projects in South Punjab. Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, and Bahawalpur would receive PKR 189.228 billion in funding to complete existing and new projects.

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The following is a breakdown of the funding allocated to the Annual Development Project:

  • PKR 35.702 billion for special initiatives
  • PKR 14.083 billion for planning and development
  • PKR 15.362 billion for primary and secondary education, PKR 4.866 billion for higher education
  • PKR 1.015 billion for learning and non-formal education
  • PKR 1.806 billion for sports and youth matters
  • PKR 28.304 billion for specialized healthcare and medical education
  • PKR 5.886 billion for primary & secondary healthcare
  • PKR 7.679 billion for public buildings

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  • PKR 3.967 billion for urban development
  • PKR 11.086 billion for agriculture, PKR 1.127 billion for forestry
  • PKR 7.371 billion for local government & community development
  • PKR 1.898 billion for energy
  • PKR 22.52 billion for roads, PKR 7.901 billion for irrigation
  • PKR 4.889 billion for water supply & sanitation
  • PKR 1.205 billion for governance & information technology
  • PKR 4.057 billion for industries
  • PKR 1.488 billion for the environment & climate change
  • PKR 248 million for auqaf and religious affairs
  • PKR 193 million for archaeology
  • PKR 152 million for culture and information
  • PKR 157 million for special education
  • PKR 875 million for the human rights and minorities affairs
  • PKR 664 million for population welfare
  • PKR 349 million for social welfare
  • PKR 46 million for women development
  • PKR 213 million for wildlife
  • PKR 274 million for fisheries
  • PKR 236 million for food PKR 1.987 billion for livestock
  • PKR 340 million for mines & minerals
  • PKR 316 million for tourism
  • PKR 147 million for labour
  • PKR 365 million for transport
  • PKR 464 million for Rescue 1122

The federal government has committed PKR 90 billion for road and connectivity-related infrastructure under the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP), in addition to the fiscal year budget 2021-2022. The monies would be used for the Gujranwala-Sialkot Motorway project, according to the province government. In addition to the enormous road development project, the Punjab government plans to invest PKR 3.5 billion in power supply projects for Faisalabad’s Allama Iqbal Industrial Zone. Furthermore, the construction of tiny dams is being considered.

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