Multan: The Punjab government has given its approval for the construction of the Nadra Abad Phattak Flyover in Multan, a news source reported. The construction will cost a sum of PKR 2.8 billion and facilitate the locals.
Commissioner Multan Shan ul Haq announced the decision while chairing a meeting held for reviewing the uplift schemes in the division. Announcing the issuance of funds for various development schemes in Multan Division, the commissioner urged the authorities concerned to expedite the projects’ pace. He directed the officials to ensure quality in all schemes and warned that in case of not completing the projects within time, the provincial government would hold the respective department responsible.
The commissioner said that contractors not completing the work on the uplift schemes would face action in the form of blacklisting.
Briefing the meeting, Director of Development Waqas Khan Khaqwani said that there are 405 under-construction schemes, along with 64 new development schemes in Multan division currently. He added that completion of various road projects in the ongoing month would add to the improvement of Multan’s development.