The Rawalpindi Development Authority convened a meeting on Thursday to discuss the construction of the tourism highway project.
The meeting reviewed the project’s construction work and directed Nespak to step up its efforts to complete the project quickly. Relevant authorities have been instructed to fill the gaps in the tourist roads.
According to Tariq Mehmood Murtaza, once the project is completed, tourists will have access to travel opportunities and locals will also benefit.
The cornerstone of the 123-kilometer tourist highway was laid in a ceremony last April. Continue from Rawat Pandri Chowk to Rawalpindi Kafta, Kotri Satyan and Murray three hills Tesil before climbing Lower Topa and Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The project he will complete at Rs 4.75 crore.
In addition, on both sides of the street he plans to plant 200,000 trees. In addition to the green space, services that promote tourism will be provided.
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