GUJRANWALA - Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has suspended Director General Gujranwala Development Authority (GDA) and vowed to remove all such departmental heads who are not delivering to the government expectations. He announced to restore flyover project at GT Road with three billion rupees cost besides allocating 25 acres of land and a grant of Rs 200 million rupees for medical college and Rs 50 million for improving performance of WASA. Taking serious notice of delay in executing development works in the city he directed the authorities concerned to complete all projects during the current fiscal year. The chief minister was on daylong visit to Gujranwala during which he laid the foundation stone of eastern bypass and inaugurated the CT scan machine in the DHQ hospital besides meeting various delegations at the Circuit House. At meeting the in DCO office meeting, he took serious notice of officers not ready to work properly and said wastage of time as well as resourced would not be tolerated. He suspended DG GDA Tahir Yousaf for not meeting the demands of the desired development works and directed Commissioner Hashim Tarin to remove encroachments as early as possible to make way for the construction of roads before 30th June next. He expressed dismay over stopping work on flyover project and formed a committee headed by the chairman Planning and Development to re-consider the Rs 3 billion project, announced by the CM during his last visit to the city. The chief minister announced 50 million rupees grant for improving WASA working and directed SE Irrigation Department to handover 40 kanals land to Education Department for Degree College. He announced to allocate 25 acres of land initially for medical college and 200 million rupees grant for its building. Director Health told the chief minister that four dialysis machines had already been installed at DHQ Hospital while CT scan machine would start functioning after inaugural ceremony. The chief minister announced 800m rupees grant for purchase of medicines for the hospital and directed members of provincial assembly to monitor and ensure proper utilisation of these funds and medicines. He lamented over the delay in completing the construction of six roads by FWO in the city and asked the chief secretary to require FWO to complete work in the given timeframe.