ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan endorsed the hotly anticipated 16.6km long Nullah Lai Expressway project which will be finished at the expense of Rs75 billion.
The undertaking is pointed toward keeping the city from metropolitan flooding and addressing the driving issues of occupants of Rawalpindi.
As per the subtleties, the Prime Minister likewise gave the mandates for finishing the drafting of the region and revising the ordinances so that multi-story and business structures could be developed.
While talking on the event, the Prime Minister was of the view that the venture is huge for the improvement of Rawalpindi. He additionally added that the Ring Road venture and Nullah Lai freeway will upgrade the speculation and financial chances of the city.
The venture will be finished under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP), reported by the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA), in the 52nd gathering of (RDA) Governing Body led by RDA Chairman Tariq Mehmood Murtaza.