Ghani grants Rs6.3m for KP-44 elec­tric­ity


AB­BOT­TABAD—Spe­cial Ad­vi­sor on Ed­u­ca­tion and In­for­ma­tion to Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Min­is­ter, Mush­taq Ah­mad Ghani has handed over 6.3 mil­lion ru­pees en­dorse­ment author­ity letters re­gard­ing elec­tric­ity trans­form­ers in­clud­ing poles for his own con­stituency known as KP 44, Ab­bot­tabad in a meet­ing with var­i­ous car­a­vans vis­ited him at Ghani Bagh, Sunday.

He in­formed vis­i­tors that the Fed­er­a­tion had not like to co­op­er­ate with KP govt but al­ways ruled out the be­have step moth­erly. De­spite fac­ing eco­nomic dis­or­ders PTI govt was be­ing launched scores of de­vel­op­ment pro­jects on each nook and cor­ner.

He in­formed that not a sin­gle pre­vi­ous demo­cratic set ups have had given such heavy mega pro­jects to its peo­ple to fa­cil­i­tate them by re­pelling mul­ti­ple prob­lems as well as griev­ances to­gether.

He said that PTI’s gov­ern­ment had set up Ab­bot­tabad Uni­ver­sity of Science and Tech- nol­ogy (AUST), to city of schools Ab­bot­tabad. He said that Murree Road duel project would be com­pleted be­fore com­ple­tion of two years short span of time.

The fol­low­ing author­ity letters for the pro­vi­sion of trans­form­ers is­sued by the KP CM’s Ad­vi­sor Mush­taq Ah­mad Ghani such as: Cen­tre Ur­ban Mo­hal­lah Nu­rud­din 200 KV trans­form­ers, 2HT pole of Rs. 1150000, Kunj Ja­did 200 KV trans­former amount­ing to Rs 9, 50000, Maira Sayyadan Mirpur Rs. 150000, Jo­gan Al­lama Iqbal Colony Rs. 6,50000, 8 poles and 50 KVs trans­former for Hannu De Gali Na­gakki amount­ing to Rs.1000000, 50 KV trans­former and 10 HT pole for Kunj ground, Kate­htar Ke­hal trans­former in­clud­ing poles 100 KV amount­ing to Rs. 150000, while Khola Chu­nakari 3 poles amount­ing to Rs 200000, Mankai de bandi Mirpur 3 poles Rs.1,50000, Dheri More 3 poles amount­ing to Rs.300000, Mo­hal­lah Kassi Sheikhul­bandi 4 poles amount­ing to Rs. 3750000, and Tan­go­ley Kakul 50 KV trans­former amount­ing to Rs 375000 were also in­cluded re­spec­tively.

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