LAHORE: Punjab govt, Usman Buzdar, has given the approval to start work on Rawalpindi Ring Road project under Public-Private Partnership.
Addressing a meeting in Lahore on Saturday, the chief minister said that the provincial government will provide all possible support and facilities for completion of Ring Road project.
A comprehensive business model is also being prepared for the promotion of public-private partnerships in the health sector.
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The 65.8km ring road will start from Radio Pakistan Rawat N-5 and terminate at Sangjani N-5. Construction of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), including industrial, educational, recreational, medical health, residential and aerotropolis etc is a key component of the RRR.
Earlier in June, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar had approved the Lahore Ring Road Southern Loop-III project which would be completed in one year.
Punjab govt, CM Usman Buzdar gave the approval for the road project while chairing a high-level meeting of Lahore Ring Road Authority (LRRA) today.
An agreement will be signed between Lahore Ring Road Authority (LRRA) and National Logistics Cell (NLC) in a ceremony this month where the chief minister will be the chief guest.
CM Usman Buzdar said that the Lahore Ring Road Southern Loop-III will be constructed from Raiwind Road to Multan Road under the public-private partnership.