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Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar chaired meeting to review various Road infrastructure projects under PPP mode.

Dated : 6 July 2020

Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar chaired meeting to review various Road infrastructure projects under PPP mode. Chairman National Highway Authority Capt. Sikkandar Qayyum, Chief Executive Officer PPPA Malik Ahmed Khan and senior officials were present the meeting.
Minister was briefed on various projects which were currently under consideration for implementation under PPP mode. The meeting was informed that apart from Sukkar Hyderabad Motorway, which has been approved by CDWP two more road projects “N-25 Karachi-Quetta Road” worth approximately Rs 200 billion and Mianwali- Muzafargarh Road worth approximately Rs. 100 billion are also being processed for implementation under PPP mode.
Minister said that these projects would help to provide good road infrastructure facilities in collaboration with private sector. The Minister further directed to complete the design and feasibility studies of both the project by 31st March 2021.
National Highway N-25 connects Karachi with Quetta the capital of Baluchistan and provides access to Afghanistan via Chaman. This project includes construction of additional carriageway and rehabilitation of existing road to make it a 4 lane divided carriageway.