PESHAWAR (Agencies): A meeting was held to discuss the ongoing progress of the “City Improvement Project Mardan”. The meeting was chaired by Arshad Ayub, the Provincial Minister for Local Government, Elections, and Rural Development, and Zahir Shah Toru, the Minister for Food.

The meeting was attended by members of the Provincial Assembly, including Shafi Jan, Mian Umar Kakakhel, and Mian Iftikhar. Representatives from the local government department, the special secretary, the Director General, WSSP officials from Mardan district, and representatives from the Asian Development Bank, including Director Omer Ali, were also present.

During the meeting, the Secretary provided a detailed briefing on the progress of the “City Improvement Project Mardan” under the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa City Improvement Project. The Secretary explained the ongoing construction work in detail and outlined future projects that would be included in the Mardan Master Plan.

Provincial Minister Arshad Ayub directed the relevant officials to ensure the timely completion of the Mardan City Improvement Project, emphasizing that no delays should be tolerated.

On this occasion, KP Minister for Food Shah Toru highlighted the benefits of the project. He stated that the project will not only address waterlogging issues in Mardan but also meet modern demands. He further emphasized that the project will significantly reduce the risks of flooding and contribute to the beautification and cleanliness of urban areas, ultimately leading to positive health impacts for citizens.

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