3,576 development schemes being completed with Rs.38b

FAISALABAD – Deputy Commissioner (DC) Ali Shehzad has said that 3576 development schemes are being completed with an estimated cost of Rs.38 billion.

Briefing the parliamentarians during a meeting of District Coordination Committee here on Sunday, he said that efforts had been accelerated to complete all schemes within prescribed time period.

He said that 73 percent funds from total amount had been utilized to complete 73 percent work on development schemes. He said that 61 percent work on 370 schemes had been completed with Rs.55 million while a meeting would be called soon for approval of 419 DDP-II schemes.

Chairman NA Standing Committee on Revenue, Finance & Economic Affairs Faiz ullah Kamooka, Provincial Minister for Colonies & Culture Mian Khayal Ahmad Kastro, MPAs Ch. Ali Aktar, Firdous Rai and others were also present in the meeting.

5000 bags urea supplied to 7 notified dealers for sale

As many as 5000 bags of urea fertilizers have been supplied to 7 notified dealers in the district for its sale to farmers at fixed rates.

A spokesman for the local administration said on Sunday that 2300 urea bags were supplied to 3 dealers in Tehsil Tandlianwala including 1300 bags to Ahmad Enterprises & Brothers at Karam Chowk, 700 bags to Wattoo Traders at Adda Bahlak and 300 bags to Usama & Company.

Similarly, 1600 bags of urea fertilizers were supply to 2 dealers in Tahsil Sammundri including 1100 bags to Muneeb Arshad at Adda Mureedwala and 500 bags to Hajji Rafiq & Sons at 466 Road.

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