ISLAMABAD: The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) of the Planning Commission on Monday approved a development plan with an estimated cost of Rs.6.63434 billion and the National Economic Council (ECNEC). A project of Rs. 20.53 billion has been recommended to the Executive Committee. Further consideration
The meeting was chaired by Deputy Chairman Planning Commission Muhammad Jahanzeb Khan. Secretary Planning Hameed Yaqub Sheikh, Planning Commission and senior officials of Federal Ministries / Divisions also attended the meeting while representatives of provincial governments participated through video conference. Plans related to health and water resources were presented at the meeting.
The CDWP approved a health project, “Social Health Protection Phase 2,” at a cost of Rs. 634 million. The project envisages social health protection for Gilgit-Baltistan district, which includes Rs. Coverage up to
A project related to water resources, “Rainy Canal Project (Phase 1)”, which will cost Rs. 20,533,836 million, has been referred to ECNEC for further consideration.
The project envisages construction of 174 km long canal with 609 km long distribution system to irrigate 412,400 acres of command area in Kashmore, Ghotki, Sukkur and Khairpur districts. The CDWP directed the MOWR to submit the project to the GOS at a cost agreed upon with the OSM. The GOS was directed to ensure the development of the command area.
The CDWP approved three conceptual approval proposals – “Provision of equipment and staff training, airport security forces and Pakistan Civil Aviation Industry Corporation of China International China”, second concept clearance ie restoration of Rawal Lake. / Upgrade. Treatment Plan, Old Transmission Pipes and Water Testing Laboratory, which includes equipment worth Rs. Approved. CDWP
The Deputy Chairman Planning Commission directed the MONH to make all necessary arrangements for timely procurement and vaccination program, including training of manpower for dealing with COVD-19 epidemic in accordance with international standards. Is.