Rawalpindi: According to a piece of recent news, the Rawalpindi Commissioner Mohammad Mehmood has stated that 15% of work on the Daducha Dam has been completed in two and a half months.
While in a summit the commissioner stated that efforts were being made to complete this project within the next two to three years. The meeting was also attended by Chief Engineer Potohar Moin Qureshi, additional deputy commissioner (DC) Revenue retired Capt Mohammad Shoaib, Executive Engineer Small Dams Rawalpindi Maqbool Ahmed.
The commissioner stated that work on the dam began in January 2021 and that the project was now moving at a rapid pace. Heavy equipment is being used on this vital undertaking, according to him, and construction on the dam’s spillway and excavation are currently ongoing.
He stated that the Daducha Dam was a project worth Rs. 6,492 million, which included the acquisition of dam land, and that the project would take two and a half years to complete. He also said that the Daducha Dam project had acquired 16,194 Kanals and 14 Marlas of land.
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