Our Staff reporter SIALKOT - DCO Mujahid Sher Dil has said that huge amount has been spent on the improvement of means of communication to provide safe and hassle free travelling facility to people in the district. The work on mega project of Sialkot-Daska Road is in full swing and it would be accomplished in 2012 after, he said, adding that its completion would provide safe travel mean to the people and minimizing the chance of accidents on this road. Addressing the members Surgical Instrument Manufacturers Association of Pakistan (SIMAP) on Thursday, the DCO said that special attention had been focused on the removal of encroachments from the city to ensure smooth traffic flow. Mujahid sher Dil disclosed that work on Islamia College Road with a cost of Rs18 million would be initiated shortly. This step, he said, was being taken to reduce traffic load on Commissioner Road and divert the entry of Sialkot Medical College to Islamia College Road, he said. He further informed the house that work on widening of Lahi Bazaar Road was underway and this road was being widened up to 40 feet from the existing 19 feet. Mujahid Sher Dil said that all encroachments on this road were being removed with the active cooperation of traders and Markazi Anjman-e-Tajiran. In his address of welcome, SIMAP Chairman Jehangir Bajwa said that this export city was earning US 125 billion dollars through its exports but dwellers were still facing lack of facilities like health and hygienic drinking. He said that Sialkot was being deprived of modern healthcare facilities as compared to other cities including Lahore, adding that there was a dire need for the provision of modern health facilities in all government hospitals functioning in Sialkot.