Islamabad: According to media sources, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Capital Development Authority (CDA) Affairs Ali Nawaz Awan declared on Sunday (October 31) that construction on the Bhara Kahu bypass will begin soon.

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The project is projected to be completed in two years, according to the special assistant. The 7.8-kilometer bypass, which is a portion of Margalla Road, will begin at Quaid-e-Azam University and run through state territory before merging with Murree Road near Satra Meel, according to project details.

In addition, Planning Minister Asad Umar stated that work on the Ghazi Barotha water project will begin in six months. The project is expected to provide 100 million gallons of water per day (MGD) to Islamabad and Rawalpindi, according to details. He went on to remark that the current government has embarked on a big construction project in Islamabad in order to bridge the city-rural gap.

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Residents of Islamabad will receive health cards by December, allowing them to use free health services. In addition, the city will be home to four new colleges and a 200-bed hospital.

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