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Caretaker Minister Unveils Road Improvement Initiative of Rawalpindi

Road Improvement Initiative of Rawalpindi

In a meeting with a delegation from Anjuman Tajran Asghar Mall Road, Provincial Caretaker Minister for Primary and Secondary Healthcare and Population Welfare, Dr. Jamal Nasir, unveiled plans for the repair and carpeting of 36 roads in the region, including the prominent Asghar Mall Road.

The announcement was made during discussions with the delegation led by Central General Secretary Anjuman Tajran Rawalpindi City, Tahir Taj Bhatti, and included prominent members such as Group leader Sheikh Usman, Patron Amir Hussain, Joint Secretary Mohammad Abbas, and Vice President Abdul Samad.

Road Improvement Initiative of Rawalpindi

Road Improvement Initiative of Rawalpindi

Dr. Jamal Nasir emphasized the government’s commitment to enhancing the local infrastructure, ensuring smoother transportation for the residents. The repair and carpeting work on these roads is set to commence in the near future, aiming to improve connectivity and ease travel within the region.

Furthermore, Dr. Nasir highlighted the establishment of the Business Facilitation Centre in Rawalpindi, aimed at simplifying the investment process in the province. The facilitation center is expected to host representatives from 20 federal and provincial departments, streamlining the process of obtaining necessary approvals and NOCs for investments within a two-week timeframe.

Citing the recent inauguration of the first Business Facilitation Centre in Lahore by Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, Dr. Nasir announced plans to replicate such centers in Rawalpindi, Multan, Gujranwala, and other major cities. These centers are envisioned to serve as one-stop destinations for investors, fostering economic growth and development across the province.

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Additionally, Dr. Nasir revealed initiatives in the education sector, with 25 schools, including Government Muslim Higher Secondary School, and boys’ colleges being upgraded in Rawalpindi. The minister affirmed the allocation of funds amounting to 10 crore rupees for the enhancement of parks in Rawalpindi, aiming to provide citizens with healthy and recreational spaces.

The provincial caretaker minister expressed optimism about the multifaceted development initiatives, affirming their role in enhancing the overall quality of life for the residents of Rawalpindi. The government’s proactive approach towards infrastructure, education, and recreation signifies a commitment to fostering progress and prosperity in the region.