Lahore : Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi made his third visit to the Rawalpindi Ring Road Project in the past 25 days. Conducting an aerial tour of the entire 38 km route, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi meticulously inspected the Khasala Khurd Adiala Interchange site and assessed the progress of earthwork.
Subsequently, Colonel Ayaz of FWO provided a comprehensive briefing to Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, highlighting that heavy machinery for the Rawalpindi Ring Road construction has arrived, and the project is advancing at a rapid pace. The construction of subways, drainage channels, and roads section has commenced, with the allotted land for the project fully handed over to the contractor. Nespak has also supplied the necessary drawings related to the ring road project.
Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi issued pertinent instructions to Commissioner Rawalpindi and FWO officials, emphasizing the need for the swift completion of the Ring Road project. He underscored that the expedited completion of the ring road would significantly enhance convenience for the citizens of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
During the briefing, it was informed that the Rawalpindi Ring Road spans 38.3 km with six lanes. The construction has commenced on the Banth and Chuck Bailey Interchange of the Ring Road. Present on the occasion were Rawalpindi Commissioner, RPO, CPO, Deputy Commissioner, and FWO officials.