Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway Project is finally ready to be launched. Hurdles in the way of launching have been removed and the project is ready to set in motion.
The Federal Government approved the 306-kilometer-long Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway Project and removed all the financial and technical barriers.
Mr. Umer in a tweet said: “Chaired meeting of public-private partnership authority today in which we authorized the viability gap fund and transaction structure for the Sukkur-Hyderabad motorway project. This project that is announced by PM, is so far the biggest project in entire Sindh.”
The project includes the construction of 306 kilometers long, Green-field-six lane wide road with a basic cost of 191billion rps.
The bundle includes the rebuilding of 200,000 sections of land of farming area, overhauling of 14 passport offices, development of the Nai Gaj dam to provide water to around 28,800 sections of land, 306-kilometer Sukkur-Hyderabad motorway, gas supply to 160 towns, and yearly 30,000 new power connections in the ignored areas.
The government has planned to spend Rs52bn on force and gas supply to the zones which were not taken care of, and Rohri. Besides, Hyderabad’s rail route stations would be repaired in this given package. The central government has likewise chosen to finish the Nai Gaj dam project after the Sindh government wouldn’t do its part. In addition to this, about 100,000 youth in 14 preferred areas would be bestowed expertise preparing; and sports offices would be created to serve 130,000 youth, 35,000 of them female.
An authority aware of the subtleties of the Sukkur-Hyderabad motorway plan, in the meantime, said the motorway was proposed to be a fast expressway office for proficient and safe transportation, which would begin from Hyderabad at end of the Karachi-Hyderabad motorway M-9 — and end at Naro Canal that is the beginning of the Sukkur-Multan motorway, M-5.