Rawalpindi: At a cost of Rs. 30 million, the Kalma Chowk renovation and Bakra Mandi road carpeting project was finished. According to an RCB spokesman, Cantt Board officials were attempting to complete various ongoing development projects in the quickest period possible.
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He stated that Rawalpindi Brig. Ijaz Qamar Kiani, President of the Cantonment Board, had asked the competent authorities to increase the quality and speed of work on ongoing development projects. In order to provide relief to the citizens, President Cantonment Board also asked the competent authorities to remove encroachments and hand-carts.
According to the spokesman, President Cantonment Board examined the current development works in the area during his surprise visit to Chungi No. 22 here the other day. He told the officials in charge to enhance the quality and speed of their work, as well as the area’s overall cleanliness.
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In response to a question, he stated that the RCB had accelerated its ongoing anti-encroachment drive and confiscated 132 truckloads of goods from various markets during the first three months of the current fiscal year on the special directives of Executive Officer Cantonment Board, Rawalpindi Muhammad Omar Farooq Ali Malik.
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