RAWALPINDI: The Commissioner of Rawalpindi Division, Liaquat Ali Chatta, has revealed that the Rawalpindi Ring Road project is on track for completion within one year, marking a significant development for the region.
The construction of the 38.3-kilometer-long Rawalpindi Ring Road is well underway, and vigorous efforts are being made to ensure it adheres to the stipulated timeframe.
According to details, the Rawalpindi Ring Road will feature five crucial interchanges at Banth, Chak Beli Khan, Adiala Road, Chakri Road, and Thalian.
Additionally, industrial zones will be established along the Ring Road, bolstering economic prospects in the area.
Commissioner Chatta emphasized the project’s importance as a public welfare initiative and addressed concerns regarding its alleged shelving, assuring that it is very much on course.
Besides, the market linkages to economic zones and alternative business opportunities for the local business community are among the expected benefits of the Ring Road project.
The Commissioner also acknowledged the pivotal role of the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) in implementing development projects for the city, highlighting their rapid progress.
Furthermore, the Ring Road project is anticipated to alleviate traffic congestion on city roads and facilitate easier movement for residents in the adjacent areas, ushering in a new era of development for Rawalpindi.
In a separate announcement, Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta cautioned citizens against investing in illegal housing societies and urged them to verify the status of such societies on the official website of the RDA, www.rda.gop.pk.
According to a spokesperson from the Commissioner’s Office, a comprehensive operation has been initiated against illegal housing societies, with strict legal action taken against violators in line with the law.
Source: Pak Observer