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DDWP Sets Two-Year Target for Uplift Projects in Rawalpindi Division

DDWP Sets Two-Year Target for Uplift Projects in Rawalpindi Division

Rawalpindi: The district administrations of Rawalpindi, Attock, Chakwal, Murree, Talagang, and Jhelum have been directed by the Divisional Development Working Group (DDWG) to ensure the timely completion of new uplift initiatives within two years.

Under the guidance of Commissioner Liaqat Ali Chatha, a meeting was held, which saw the DDWP approve revisions to project costs in various sectors, such as healthcare, special education, and the Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA).

Furthermore, Commissioner Liaqat Ali Chatha stressed the significance of following the designated project completion timelines and preserving the construction quality. He urged the judicious usage of allocated funds while maintaining the integrity of the work.

He also emphasized the ‘Ab Gaon Chamkeinge’ program, which intends to allocate accurate addresses to villagers’ homes overseen by the assistant commissioners in charge. The objective of this initiative is to streamline property records in rural regions.

The Managing Director of WASA, Tanveer Ahmed, was present at the meeting with Shahid Butt, the Superintendent Engineer of Rawalpindi Highway, and other chiefs from relevant government departments. Meanwhile, deputy commissioners from Rawalpindi, Attock, Jhelum, and Chakwal participated in the meeting through a video link. An overview of ongoing uplift initiatives was provided by a representative from the office of the Rawalpindi commissioner in a comprehensive manner.

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