Govt allocates Rs7.254bn to uplift electricity infrastructure in KP: Omar Ayub

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Power Division Omar Ayub Khan says the government has allocated Rs7.254 billion to uplift electricity infrastructure in the merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Chairing a meeting in Islamabad on Tuesday, he said a total of 440 villages of merged districts will be electrified with the allocation.

The minister said that the Power Division has developed a Project Management Software that will keep a complete record of all projects.

He said the software will not only ensure transparency but will also help in the timely execution and completion of projects contributing towards cost reduction.

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The meeting was apprised that work on new grid stations and laying of new transmission lines has also been started and a total of Rs3.937 billion has been earmarked for the activity.

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