Govt allocated Rs320b for development of roads infrastructure
Over Rs123 billion have been allocated for completion of different sections of motorways.
The Government has allocated three hundred and twenty billion rupees for the development of roads infrastructure in the country.
Under the annual development plan 2017-18, over one hundred and twenty three billion rupees have been allocated for completion of different sections of motorways.
This includes completion of 230 kilometer long Lahore-Abdul Hakeem section, Multan-Sukkur and Sukkur-Hyderabad section, and construction of Hakla to D. I. Khan motorway.
Ten billion rupees have been apportioned for construction of Faisalabad-Khanewal expressway and three billion rupees for Burhan-Havelian expressway.
Similarly, the Dera Ismail Khan Mughal Kot and Zhob road will be restored with funds worth 2.7 billion rupees.
Another 2.5 billion rupees will be spent for the Kuzdar and Panjgur, Hoshab Bisma, Sohrab section and Gwaadar Turbat and Hoshab section.