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Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway’s Groundbreaking Gets Postponed

HYDERABAD: The groundbreaking of Sukkur-Hyderabad has been postponed to next Tuesday.

As per the details, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was to break ground on 9th December (today), but the ceremony has been postponed due to his ‘pressing engagement’.

The groundbreaking will be held on two points, Sukkur and Hyderabad on the same day.

It was shared that according to the National Highway Authority’s rules, the Executive Board is considered competent to sign the approval.

However, the NHA council has signed the final approval in this case.

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The Sukkur-Hyderabad route has been the final missing link to the Karachi-Peshawar motorway.

Additionally, under this project, a 306 kilometers long motorway including 6 lanes will also be constructed on a build, operate, and transfer basis with a concession period of about 25 years.

Comments

  1. Billions in kickbacks to Zardari and Sharif. ZKB, to whom the contract has been awarded, is well known for their close links with both the thieves and have obtained dozens of most lucrative projects by dishing out huge bribes

  2. Whatever, this link has been much needed. Land sale prices and associated corruption of local admin. have always murky in building highways throughout the world

  3. It proves that present Regime is not on public mandate. Let Public suffer few more days, months and years.

  4. We anxiously waiting for the 306km missing link to travel from Karachi to peshawar by road on our own car. So please hurry up.

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