Metro station to be operational in two months
PAS for collaborating with ISESCO for co-organizing the event. ISLAMABAD—The Parade Ground Metro bus station, ransacked by the participants of “Dharna” during last month would be repaired and made operational in two months.
An official of Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) told APP on Tuesday that the tender for the repair and renovation of the station had processed by the authority.
He said that the station would remain close till the renovation and repair work.
The commuters using Parade Ground Metro Bus Station have demanded that the station should be repaired as soon possible as they are facing problems due to its closure.
The residents of twin cities said this is irresponsible behaviour of certain elements who damaged the public properties during their processions and rallies for petty gains.
They said that the government should take strict action against the people involved in such criminal acts who damaged the public properties or privately owned vehicles.
The unruly participants of “Dharna” during the last March had caused immense damages to the newly introduced bus service for the general public commuting frequently between the twin cities at a cost of billions of rupees.—APP He noted that ISESCO has been
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Parade Ground Metro Bus Station ransacked by the participants of “Dharna” last month would be repaired and made operational in two months.—APP