RAWALPINDI -Punjab Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has directed that the concerned authorities to ensure timely completion of all developmental projects besides expediting the pace of ongoing projects. He said that construction work of Rawalpindi Expressway with a sum of Rs. 20 billion had been started. Maximum entry and exit points would be constructed for the convenience of the citizens. According to a press statement issued here on Saturday, CM Punjab expressed these views while presiding over a high level meeting held to review the pace of implementation of various developmental projects in the province. The meeting was also attended by Chief Engineer GHQ, Lt. Gen. Shahid Niaz, Chairman Task Force, Kh. Ahmad Hassan, Chairman Task Force Horticulture Mustafa Kamal, Chairman P&D, Secretary C&W, Director General LDA, MD NESPAK and Director General PHA. While addressing the meeting, Main Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that government had initiated mega developmental projects in the province for the improvement of infrastructure as well as providing better transport facilities to the masses. He said that these projects would be completed within stipulated time and in transparent manner. He also directed the concerned authorities to set up maximum entry and exit points for smooth flow of traffic on Rawalpindi Expressway so that people could be benefited form this project. He further directed to constitute a committee comprising representatives of FWO, Secretary C&W and Chairman P&D for removal of hurdles as well as timely completion of this project. The meeting also reviewed the pace of implementation of various development projects including Murree Road, Adiyala Road and Dipalpur Road.