ISLAMABAD: The federal government has provided several fresh development initiatives for Islamabad.
The federal budget for 2021-2022 is budgeted Rs1000 million for the operationalization of the Peshawar Morr Metro Bus Service at the International Airport in accordance with the public sectors development programme (PSDP).
In 2017 the PML-N administration initiated the project above, which constructs a 25.6 kilometres long track of Rs16 billion and is nearly over. But there is still a bus service to make it easier for people.
A few months ago, NHA, which implemented this project, transferred it to the Capital Development Authority (CDA) for operation. NHA initiated the project.
According to budget records, the government has also provided Rs 3154, 6M to acquire land from the Indus water system at Terbala Dam. In the repair and upgrading of the fish seed hatchery at Rawal Dam, Rs35 million was allocated, while the Darbar Golra Sharif Road was rehabilitated. Rs35 million was allocated.
The Government has allocated Rs 500 million for ongoing sanitation and road works projects to the Union Council Bokra, Mara Sumbal, Mara Jaffar, Bhandana Kalan, Jhangi Sayyedan, Saria-i-Kharbooza, Tarnol Golra Sharif and Shah Allah Ditta. The ICT sanitation and water supply plan was also allocated RS167 million. In Ali Pur, Khanna Dak, Tarlia, Kirpa, Charah, Tumar, and so forth, the Rs500 million was targeted for development projects.