Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – The Central Development Working Party has approved construction of twenty small dams in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with a cost of over 970 million rupees.

The approval was granted at CWP’s meeting held in Islamabad today with Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal in the chair.

The meeting also approved to construct a boundary wall of Agriculture University Peshawar and the Federal Government will bear its cost.  It approved construction of new blocks in Upper Dir University and establishment of a university in Turbat.

The CWP approved six projects and post doctoral fellowship programme for higher education.

It granted approval to a residential project for Airport Security Force in Islamabad and construction of an auditorium with a capacity of five hundred seats at Civil Service Academy in Lahore.

The meeting also approved construction of Mangi Dam with  a cost of 9.85 billion rupees.