Pb govt to pro­vide max­i­mum re­lief to peo­ple: Shah­baz

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Pun­jab Chief Min­is­ter Shah­baz Sharif has said that the ob­jec­tive of metro bus project and Kalma Chowk un­der­pass is to pro­vide max­i­mum fa­cil­i­ties to the peo­ple.

He di­rected that the ci­ti­zens should not be both­ered due to devel­op­ment pro­grammes and es­pe­cially, there should be no hin­drance in the flow of traf­fic. He di­rected mak­ing best ar­range­ments to en­sure con­tin­u­ous flow of traf­fic dur­ing con­struc­tion of metro bus project and ex­ten­sion of Kalma Chowk. He said that an aware­ness cam­paign should be launched in an ef­fec­tive man­ner to ap­prise the ci­ti­zens about alternative traf­fic ar­range­ments.

While pre­sid­ing over a meet­ing re­gard­ing im­prove­ment of traf­fic man­age­ment with ref­er­ence to metro bus project and Kalma Chowk un­der­pass, Shah­baz Sharif said that traf­fic should not be stopped dur­ing the con­struc­tion work on th­ese pub- lic-wel­fare projects. He di­rected mak­ing alternative traf­fic ar­range­ments, in an or­ga­nized man­ner, be­sides deput­ing max­i­mum num­ber of traf­fic per­son­nel, on both routes, for the con­ve­nience of the ci­ti­zens.

He di­rected CTO that traf­fic should not be stopped at any place due to con­struc­tion work, and traf­fic po­lice per­son­nel should work whole­heart­edly to pro­vide fa­cil­i­ties to the peo­ple. He di­rected in­stal­la­tion of flex boards, at prom­i­nent places, de­pict­ing safety mea­sures. He said ef­fec­tive safety mea­sures should be taken, around Kalma Chowk un­der­pass, to ward of pos­si­bil­ity of any un­to­ward in­ci­dent. He said traf­fic po­lice of­fi­cers should mon­i­tor the per­for­mance of traf­fic war­dens and cam­eras be in­stalled to check the per­for­mance of traf­fic po­lice de­puted at the routes. He di­rected sprin­kling of water, around the route, along with en­sur­ing san­i­ta­tion, to com­bat the prob­lems of dust and pol­lu­tion.

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