Lahore: According to media sources, the Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) authorized eight uplift projects costing PKR 26,006.72 million for various sectors in the state.

Chairman of the Planning and Development Board Abdullah Khan Sumbal presided over the 39th PDWP meeting.

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The following are the details of the projects that have been approved:

• PKR 1,693.187 million has been allocated for the restoration of the Shahpur Bhera-Malikwal road (76.50 km) in the Sargodha District.

• PKR 1,311.509 million has been made aside for the construction of a bypass connecting the Royal Hotel (N-5) and Sarwar Chowk in Sahiwal via Adda Mai Wali Masjid (13.70 km).

• The Punjab Agriculture Food and Drug Authority would receive PKR 6,322.43 million.

• A grant of PKR 11.950 million for technical help in the formulation of the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme’s (NPHP) Rapid Housing Market Assessment

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• PKR 6,558.788 million allocated for road restoration between Narowal to Muridke Interchange (M-2) (75.21km)

• PKR 4,039.788 million would be spent to build and restore a touristic roadway connecting Lower Topa Murree and Chowk Pandori via Kotli Station (123.62 km)

• A PKR 745.879 road upgrading project between Dera Ismail Khan to Darya Khan (15 km)

• Punjab would spend PKR 5,323.189 million on non-descript cow genetic improvement

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