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Agriculture Secretary Emphasizes Completion of Development Projects

MULTAN: Secretary of Agriculture of South Punjab, Saqib Ali Ateel, stressed that the development program of the Agriculture Department is primarily aimed at uplifting the farmers’ community.

He expressed these views during a meeting held to review the progress of the ongoing agricultural uplift projects in the region.

Ateel further stated that the timely completion of the annual development projects was a top priority and there would be no compromise on the quality of work and meeting the set deadlines.

Besides, he warned of strict legal action against officials who failed to complete the agricultural projects by June 30.

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The Secretary was briefed that a total of 49 uplift projects, including 35 ongoing and 14 new schemes, have been allocated Rs. 5317 million in funds, with 45.5% of the funds already utilized.

The new development schemes of agriculture in South Punjab included water management, agriculture extension, a research institute for fruits, research, agricultural engineering, cotton research, and registration of nurseries.

During the meeting, the Secretary directed officials to provide practical proof of their performance on the completion of these projects and submit performance reports regularly.

Additional Secretary Task Force South Punjab Imtiaz Ahmed Warraich, Deputy Secretaries Muhammad Iqbal, Dr. Haider Karar, and other officers of various wings attended the meeting.


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