PM Shahbaz directs to begin work on Sukkur-Hyderabad motorway

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is chairing a gathering to evaluate the progress of ongoing building initiatives of the Nationwide Freeway Authority. Photograph: Radio Pakistan    

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday directed to begin work on the Sukkur-Hyderabad motorway undertaking on the earliest.

PM Shahbaz Sharif issued the directives whereas chairing a high-level assembly to evaluate the progress of ongoing building initiatives of the Nationwide Freeway Authority (NHA).

PM Shahbaz additionally directed to begin work on Karakoram Freeway’s Thaha Kot-Rai Kot Part, Babusar Tunnel and Khuzdar Kuchlak Highway on the earliest, Radio Pakistan reported.

The prime minister mentioned the process for awarding contracts for initiatives ought to be made extra clear. He mentioned the nation can’t afford additional stalemate in growth initiatives.

The PM mentioned the event journey within the final 4 years was halted because of felony negligence.

He requested the involved quarters to get help from Pakistani embassies for the verification of worldwide corporations.

He mentioned it’s the accountability of the involved companies to make each effort to avoid wasting the money and time of the nation and the nation.

PM Shahbaz Sharif authorised the formation of a committee to enhance the procurement course of.

Federal Ministers Ahsan Iqbal, Maulana Asad Mehmood, Advisor to the Prime Minister Uhad Cheema, Chairman NHA and anxious senior officers have been among the many attendees of the assembly.

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