LAHORE: The 50th meeting of the Punjab Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) for the fiscal year 2022-23 was chaired by the Chairman of the P&D Board, Ali Sarfraz Hussain.
During the meeting, four developmental schemes were approved, totaling an estimated cost of Rs. 5705.78 million, including:
- The upgradation of the Punjab Local Government Academy (PLGA) Campus at Lalamusa for Rs. 693.970 million
- The upgradation of conventional operational theaters into modular operation theaters (MOTs) at PIC, Lahore for Rs. 633.780 million
- The establishment of a KEMU Campus at Muridkey (revised PC-fort of Rs. 145.235 million
- The construction of the Tamman Dam Project in Chakwal (revised) for Rs. 4,232.795 million
The meeting was attended by representatives from relevant departments, including the Secretary and members of the Planning & Development Board and provincial secretaries.
Besides, the officials claimed that the approval of these schemes will provide a boost to the development of various sectors in Punjab, paving the way for progress and growth in the province.