PESHAWAR (APP): A meeting of Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) chaired by Additional Chief Secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Muhammad Azam Khan here Wednesday approved 21 projects with an estimated cost of Rs. 12559.234 millions.
The meeting was attended by its members and respective administrative Secretaries. The forum considered 41 projects pertaining to different sectors including Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education , Sports , Culture and Tourism , Communication and works, Finance, Local Government, Health and Home Departments for the uplift of the province.
The approved projects includes establishment of Model School at Charsadda, PC-II for establishment of Girls Cadet College at Mardan, Special Initiatives-sub head, incentives for best performing School teachers, head masters, Principals, standardization of GHSS Khar, Malakand, GGHSS Shakot Malakand, GHSS Dir District Upper, Olandar District Shangla and GHSS Gagra Buner, establishment of Govt Ishaq Shaheed Girls Degree Colleges at Adenzai Chakdara, special Initiatives-"Stoori Da Pakhtunkhwa", promotion and sponsoring of teams/players and educational support to deserving and talented players of KP Youth Development Package, improvement and black topping of 40 KM roads District Haripu.
Upgrading and remodeling of Northern Section of Ring Road from Charsadda Road to G.T Road Peshawar, doubling of Naguman- Shabqadar section, feasibility, design and construction of road from Sira to Sulam Khand Tehsil Ghazi, District Haripur, rehabilitation and widening of Srai Naimat Khan Road District Haripur, construction and blacktopping of roads District Kohat, construction of shopping mall and office complex, construction of cafeteria in Provincial Assembly Building at Khyber Road Peshawar.
Other projects are establishment of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Children Hospital in Mardan, PC-II feasibility study designing and construction of Mardan Medical Complex phase-III, provision of electricity through separate feeders to Central Prisons in KP, Project Coordination Unit for implementation of law and order initiatives.