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Western routes of CPEC to be completed by June next year

http://www.radio.gov.pk/19-Jun-2017/western-route-of-cpec-to-be-completed-by-june-next-year-na-body


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03:32 PM, 19 Jun, 2017

 

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National Assembly Standing Committee on Communications was informed today that Western Route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will be completed by June next year.

The meeting of the committee was held in Islamabad today under the chairmanship of Muhammad Muzamil Qureshi.

The Committee was informed that Western Route of CPEC has been divided in to five zones and the work has been started on all five zones and contractors are being working on the sites.

The meeting directed that Motorway Police be equipped to meet the needs of CPEC.

The Committee was briefed that more than ten thousands human resource is needed to meet the requirements of all newly built Highways, Motorways and CPEC.

It also directed that creation of the required posts and appointment against vacancies on merit should be completed by December this year

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