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NHA allocated Rs2.5 bn for electrical work in Lowari tunnel

ISLAMABAD: An amount of over Rs44 billion has been earmarked in the Public Sector Development Programme for 51 new schemes of the National Highway Authority (NHA), documents seen by Chitral Today show.

Out of this amount, Rs2.5 billion have been allocated for the PC-I of Lowari Tunnel electrical and mechanical works and bridges. 

According to official data, Rs6 billion have been proposed in the PSDP 2023-24 for dualization and rehabilitation of Karachi-Kararo and Wadh-Khuzdar road.

Similarly, Rs6 billion set aside for the Kararo-Wadh and Kuchlak-Chaman section. Rs4 billion for construction of Abdul Khel Interchange to Dhakki to Kalurkot road.

For rehabilitation and upgradation of the 38 km Pezu-Tank Road, Rs2.2 billion have been allocated whereas Rs2 billion have been apportioned for the 35 km road from Yarik Interchange to Tank road.

For construction of the 14.9 km two-lane D.I Khan bypass, Rs1 billion have been set aside and as much amount has been earmarked for construction of 66 road link from Ramak (N-55) to Daraban (N-50).

Moreover, Rs1.8 billion have been set aside for rehabilitation and reconstruction the 86 km section of N-5 from Moro to Ranipur including for the damaged bridges under ADB flood emergency loan.

For establishment of Interchange at Tandlianwala, District Faisalabad on M-3 motorway, Rs1 billion have been kept.

For rehabilitation and ugradation of 56 km Kundal Interchange to Lakki Marwat to Tajazai road under D.I Khan Development Package, Rs1 billion have been allocated.

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