The Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Murtaza Javed Abbasi, officially launched a significant project worth Rs292 million. The project aims to provide maintenance and comprehensive reconstruction of the Karakoram Highway (KKH) from Haripur to the city of Abbottabad.
Federal Minister Murtaza Javed Abbasi commended the dedication to progress and expressed gratitude towards Prime Minister and the Federal Minister of Communications for their significant contributions. The significance of maintaining and reconstructing the Karakoram Highway (KKH) from Haripur to Abbottabad was underscored by the formal tone of the event and the project’s cost of Rs292 million.
According to the official announcement made by the Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Murtaza Javed Abbasi, a considerable amount of Rs55.4 million has been allocated for the maintenance and reconstruction of the Karakoram Highway (KKH) from Haripur to the Abbottabad Interchange. Furthermore, an additional Rs29.2 million has been designated to improve Abbottabad’s infrastructure. Abbasi stressed that this project is a commitment to providing smooth transportation and uninterrupted travel for everyone. It is crucial to tackle the issues presented by the declining infrastructure and acknowledge its importance, as highlighted by the Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs.
The minister highlighted that the government’s dedication to enhancing the citizens’ quality of life is demonstrated through ongoing development initiatives. He emphasized that the final phases of the maintenance and reconstruction work on KKH are underway, ensuring that the public will soon enjoy the advantages. While reflecting on a previous budget-approved project for 2022/23, the minister expressed disappointment over the hindrance caused by natural disasters, particularly floods, which hindered the acquisition of construction land worth Rs3.75 billion.
The government is developing initiatives to enhance citizens’ quality of life. The final phases of maintenance and reconstruction on the KKH are underway. However, natural disasters, especially floods, have hindered the acquisition of construction land worth Rs3.75 billion from a previous budget-approved project for 2022/23.
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