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CM to Inaugurate Uplifting of Abbottabad-Thandiani Road

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has planned to formally launch the construction work on Thursday (today) on the Abbottabad-Thandiani Road, a megaproject of the provincial government under the integrated tourism development project.

The chief minister stated that every effort was being made to ensure that taxpayer money was used wisely and profitably to ensure the best value while presiding over a progress review meeting on the development projects in the province’s roads sector.

As per the details, in a presentation to the meeting on the projects in the road sector, it was made known that construction on the 24.3 km Abbottabad-Thandiani Road has begun and would be finished at a projected cost of Rs. 3 billion.

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Furthermore, the CM was briefed that the construction equipment had been placed on the 22 km Mankyal-Bada Sarai-Jabai Road site, which was expected to cost Rs. 5.7 billion to complete.

Both initiatives, according to the chief minister, are crucial for facilitating visitors and promoting tourism in the region, while warning all parties involved that any irrational delays in the projects’ implementation would not be accepted.

It is worth noting that these projects are a part of the Kite project holding 4 Integrated Tourism Zones in the province, including Thandiani (Abbottabad), Mankyal (Swat), Ghanol (Mansehra), and Madakalasht (Chitral), being funded by the World Bank.


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