PM Khan was informed that the CDA would be making use of Rs.55 billion that it had gathered through auctions conducted in July and September, for the different development projects in Islamabad.
This was shared during a weekly meeting of the national coordination committee on construction, development, and housing.
The chairman CDA told PM Khan about the current development projects in the capital city, the progress, and redrafting of the master plan of the federal capital, 2 previous auctions and the measures taken for promoting the construction activities, which includes the automation of the CDA.
It was briefed that the various projects, which include the Burma Bridge, the G-7 and G-8 underpass, the Park Enclave Bridge, the different pedestrian bridges, and the construction of the additional blocks in the Capital House had been completed so far.
The meeting was also briefed that for meeting the clean water demands of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, a project of water supply from the Ghazi Brotha had been started, other than considering the project of the construction of Rawat-Bhara Kahu Ring Road.
In the meeting information regarding the steps being taken to protect the green areas of the capital city was also shared.
PM Khan expressed his satisfaction on the better deal made by the government of Punjab and said that the incumbent government was bent on ensuring proper use of public money and to keep transparency in the agreements.