Peshawar: According to a piece of recent news, the federal government has released over Rs. 76 billion for several projects in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).

According to a statement, a meeting to review progress on developmental projects under the PSDP 2020-21 was told that the new PSDP comprised a total of 139 projects worth billions of rupees.

The meeting was headed by Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, who was joined by Additional Chief Secretary Shakeel Qadir Khan and other senior officers. Projects to be included in PSDP 2021-22 were addressed at the conference.

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The next PSDP is expected to include 40 schemes, including the 360-kilometer Peshawar-Dera Ismail Khan Motorway, the 30-kilometer Dir Motorway, the Chashma Right Bank Canal, the Panjkora River Left and Right Bank Canal, and the Malkoh, Kosht, and Kagh Lasht Irrigation Scheme.

The chief minister ordered the concerned departments to complete PC-1 of planned projects and obtain timely approval from the appropriate bodies so that those schemes could be included in the next PSDP.

He claimed that initiatives should be prioritised in all fields, taking into account the project’s value as well as the general public’s interest.

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