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AJK DWP reviews Rs. 1.68 billion mass public welfare projects

Altaf Hamid Rao
MIRPUR (AJK):(Parliament Times) Azad Jammu Kashmir Development Working Party (AJKDWP) Thursday reviewed over Rs. 1.68 billion projects of mass public welfare relating to Physical Housing and Planning, Civil Defense, State Disaster Management Authority, Communication & Work, Power, Higher Education and Research & Development sectors in various parts of Azad Jammu Kashmir.
The approving forum of the AJKDWP met under the chairmanship of the Additional Chief Secretary (Dev.) Dr. Syed Asif Hussain in its 3rd sitting for the existing financial year 2018-19 on Thursday in the state’s capital town. The venerable representatives of the Government of Pakistan, Secretaries of the respective line departments and officers of the Planning & Development Department attended the meeting.
The major important projects came under discussion included Construction of Judicial/ Residential Complex at Naluchi, District Muzaffarabad , Establishment of Endowment Fund for Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS)AJK, Improvement and Metaling of Link Road Konkan Panjoor Gali, District Muzaffarabad , Prime Minister Community Infrastructure Development Programme PMCIDP (Transformers Electricity Component), Provision of Missing Facilities for existing Colleges of AJK&K, Construction of Buildings for six Inter Colleges of AJK&K and Payment of Course Fee and Furnishing of Existing Hostel of GBPGC, Muzaffarabad as Residencies for Trainees and Installation of Biometric System in Colleges of AJK&K.
Addressing the meeting Additional Chief Secretary (Development) Dr. Syed Asif Hussain directed the concerned departments to ensure the in timely completion of the projects.
The AJK government, he said, is providing handsome financial resources for the provision of facilities to the masses. “These projects must bring about positive change in the living standard of the masses across AJK,” he urged.

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