Commencing work on M8 motorway top concern: Bajwa

Sandra Loyd

ISLAMABAD: China-Pakistan Economic Passage (CPEC) Authority chairman retired Lt Gen Asim Bajwa stated on Sunday that commencing work on the M8 Motorway was the top concern of the federal government.

Bajwa, in a tweet, stated the Central Advancement Working Party (CDWP) has actually authorized Rs26 billion for a 146 km long highway extended in between Hoshab, Kech and Awaran in Balochistan.

Work on M-8 to begin as top priority.CDWP approval gotten for 146 KMs-cost Rs.26 Bn-Hoshab to Awaran( purple dotted part on map). This roadway in remote districts of Kech/Awaran is a beacon of light for impoverished South Balochistan, will alter lives #cpec #CPECMakingProgress

— Asim Saleem Bajwa (@AsimSBajwa) July 5, 2020

According to Bajwa, the highway, positioned in the remote districts of Kech, Awaran, “is a beacon of light for the impoverished people of South Balochistan and will change their lives”.

A day previously, the CPEC chief had actually revealed that the building and construction work of Gwadar International Airport was underway.

He declared Pakistan’s dedication to releasing and finishing all jobs in Gwadar, “in line with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision”.

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