Rawalpindi: According to press reports, Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Director General Nadeem Ahmad Abro visited the Ammar Chowk construction site and assessed the status of ongoing construction work.
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On Wednesday, RDA Spokesperson Hafiz Muhammad stated that the director general was given a thorough briefing on the status of the project. According to reports, the Ammar Chowk project has been in the works for the past 12 years. The Punjab government has resumed the project with the assistance of RDA and Station Headquarters Rawalpindi, and development work is now underway.
The project’s initial design has been amended to incorporate two additional underpasses, undergrounding of HT and LT cables, and the construction of a new service line and reinforced earth panel, in order to accommodate the city’s rising population and traffic congestion. In addition, steps have been done to make the surrounding region green and clean in order to realise Prime Minister Imran Khan’s goal.
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The project is scheduled to be finished by the start of 2022, according to authority officials. The project was originally projected to cost Rs. 754 million, however due to rising construction raw material prices, the cost has been increased to Rs. 1,307 million.
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