ISLAMABAD: In a meeting chaired by Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Chief Commissioner Amer Ali Ahmed, the Islamabad Development Working Party (IDWP) approved four projects worth Rs1.25 billion, including Land Revenue Record Management System project.
After reviewing the pending Land Revenue Record Management System project and given the need, Ahmed allotted 6 months for the completion to complete the project. To speed up the process, assistance from the Punjab Land Revenue Authority, the National Database Regulatory Authority (NADRA), and National Information Technology Board (NITB) can be sought by the relevant authorities.
After a detailed deliberation with regard to uplifting the federal capital, other projects approved by the IDWP include roads and pavements project, sewage/sanitation and water supply scheme and construction of a Tehsil office at G-11/4.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Capital Development Authority (CDA) Affairs Ali Nawaz Awan was present among the attendees that included representatives of the National Assembly, Federal Planning Division, Federal Ministries of Finance and Interior, Islamabad Deputy Commissioner, the Director-General of the Chief Commissioner’s Office, Chief Commissioner’s Development Director, Local Government and Rural Development Department Executive Engineer.
The road and pavement project in ICT worth Rs350 million will be an accumulation of projects for 15 union councils (UCs) of the federal capital.
1.437 million square feet of drain pipes will be installed in 18 UCs of the federal capital under the sewage, sanitation and water supply schemes, worth Rs650 million. In addition to this, 16 water supply schemes will be introduced in the rural areas of Islamabad to ensure the provision of water.
While briefing the committee, the chief commissioner informed that both projects will be completed over two years
The committee also discussed the details of the construction of a tehsil administration office in Sector G-11/4 worth Rs59.94 million under project concept-1 (PC-I). The amended PC-1 will be presented in the next meeting of IDWP for a review as per the directions of Chief Commissioner Ahmed.
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