Rawalpindi: A news source claimed on August 8 that the Rawalpindi Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) has approved a PKR 2.499 billion plan to rehabilitate sewage infrastructure, install ten new tube wells, and establish new water filtration facilities in the new union councils.

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These projects will begin development in October and be finished in two phases over the course of two to three months. Work will begin in nine union councils, including Rawalpindi’s 35 newly combined union councils.

Shah Faisal Colony, Chak Jalaluddin One and Two, Chaklala, Girja, and Dhok Hafiz are some of the most notable union councils. WASA will upgrade the sewerage system in Satellite Town, establish new water supply schemes in Union Councils 76-78, and install a new drainage system in Chak Jalaluddin, Mohri, Ghazni, and Girja, according to the information.

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In addition, the authority will upgrade water supply lines and install additional pumps in numerous union councils to ensure reliable water service. The issue of clean drinking water and reliable sewerage systems in all of these union councils will be remedied once these projects are completed.

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