Peshawar: On Tuesday, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan voiced his unhappiness with the pace of the Peshawar Revival Plan projects. According to a statement released here, he instructed all relevant agencies and companies to speed up their work, stressing no compromises would be made on the projects’ early completion.
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The chief minister has instructed the Peshawar commissioner to serve as the plan’s focal point and oversee all operations. He requested that the commissioner report to him every 15 days on the progress achieved on the Peshawar Revival Plan in order to satisfy project deadlines.
He stated that all relevant agencies would have to demonstrate tangible progress in order to accomplish their tasks on time. He went on to say that all government departments have to perform above and above to meet the public’s expectations.
The conference was informed that the operation against encroachments had so far recovered 203 kanals of government land, as well as graffiti from 28 kilometres of various walls.
Likewise, around 750 unauthorised outbuildings were demolished. In Karkhano Market, 23 activities were carried out, according to the meeting. During the activities, 62 kanals of state property were reclaimed, and almost 1,900 encroachments, including 550 businesses, 750 houses, and 603 hand carts, were removed.
Fixing lights on electric polls on Ring Road was also in process, according to the meeting. So far this year, more than 150000 saplings have been planted in various parts of Peshawar. The PC-I for a number of projects in the city improvement project has also been forwarded to CDWP for final clearance.