ISLAMABAD: The Government Committee of the Nationwide Financial Council (Ecnec) on Friday authorised a coal-conveying system from Pakistan Worldwide Bulk Terminal (PIBT) to the railway community at Port Qasim.
The challenge will value Rs13.33 billion in response to revised estimates submitted by the Ministry of Ports and Delivery.
Through the assembly, chaired by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Ecnec accepted a proposal submitted by the Ministry of Communications for the development of motorway from Buran/Hakla on M-1 to Dera Ismail Khan, on the western route of China-Pakistan Financial Hall (CPEC), at a rationalised value of Rs124.21bn.
The Ministry of Communications knowledgeable the assembly that the route for the motorway was as per the joint declaration issued after an all-get together convention. One other proposal by the ministry relating to land acquisition, affected properties compensation and relocation of utilities for development of the Burhan/Hakia to D.I. Khan motorway was additionally thought-about on the rationalised value of Rs11.97bn.
Ecnec accredited the 2 tasks, topic to formal affirmation of the route being in accordance with the understanding contained within the joint declaration.
The committee additionally gave the nod to a different proposal of the ports ministry for the development of bridge throughout River Indus connecting Larkana and Khairpur districts with strategy roads and river coaching works at a revised value of Rs13.397bn.
Kaitu Weir irrigation and energy venture of Kurram Tangi Dam in Spinwam space of North Waziristan was additionally authorised at a rationalised value of Rs21.059bn.
The chief committee additionally accredited a proposal of the Ministry of Communications for development of Black Prime Street Yakmach-Kharan by way of Distain Wadh Khurmagai in Balochistan at a firmed-up value of Rs13.76bn.
Revealed in Daybreak, April twenty third, 2016
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