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NHA taking measures for safe travelling in South Punjab; Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui

Islamabad:(PR)   In order to comply with the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr.
Imran Khan, and on the instructions of Federal Minister for Communications
and Postal Services Mr. Murad Saeed, the Federal Secretary for
Communications Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui paid a comprehensive visit to the
portion of Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar national highway (N-5) situated in
Southern Punjab. He took stock of ongoing activities to ensure the travelling
on the highway safe. On the occasion, the General Manager, NHA Punjab-
South informed him in detail about the measures taken so far to improve the
Speaking on the occasion, Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui said that Karachi –
Lahore – Peshawar National Highway was key source of communications in
the country from north to south and it was playing an important role in the
economic development of the country. He maintained that to make journey
on this highway situated in the South Punjab, safe and sound was one of
their priorities. He said, NHA’s maintenance unit Multan has installed
information signboards at six points besides speed limit signs on the
highway. Similarly, at some other points signboards and U-turns have also
been provided. Repair work on 140Km in Multan unit, 85Km in Bahwalpur
unit and 10 km in Rahim Yar Khan Unit has been completed. Likewise steps
are underway to improve the management system at Toll Plazas there.
Secretary Communications also informed that plantation and activities
relating to keep the highway clean are also in progress.
Earlier, Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui visited Hyderabad Bypass and
reviewed work of installation of light poles and plantation.

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