PESHAWAR, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – September 3, 2021): The provincial government has finalized several projects costing Rs 5 billion rupees to promote economic activity in urban centers and district markets merged and tribal subdivision,.
In this regard, the additional chief secretary, Shahab Ali, chaired a video link meeting with the deputy commissioners of the amalgamated district and discussed in detail the issues relating to urban development programs in the tribal subdivisions and amalgamated districts.
During the DC Kurram meeting, Dr Afaq Wazir said that the provincial government has started working on the development of economy and business activities in seven merged districts and six tribal subdivisions at a cost of Rs 5 billion rupees. He said that with the modernization of urban centers and markets in the newly merged areas, economic activities would gain additional impetus.
The deputy commissioners of all the merged districts presented their views regarding the urban projects and praised the efforts of the KP government in promoting economic activities in the merged district.
As part of the project, work on improving bazaars, solar energy projects, rehabilitation of footpaths, sewage system, food streets, playgrounds, water-related projects, rescue and beautification stations were underway.
During the meeting, the Additional Chief Secretary welcomed the development plans presented by the Deputy Commissioners.
The meeting was also attended by Additional Deputy Commissioner F&P Kurram, Muhammad Naeem Khan, DPO Ali Hussain, AD Local Government Muhammad Rehman, TMO Bahar Hussain and SDO Public Health, Arshad Hussain.