Baizai Irrigation scheme will irrigate 25,000 acres land of Malakand and Mardan, CM

Peshawar ,Chief Minister Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hoti said that Baizai Irrigation scheme will irrigate 25,000 acres land of Malakand and Mardan and seasonal land will turn to properly watered land, consequently, it will results in agricultural development and prosperity.

He said that construction work on main canal of this project will complete in October next year. He said that quality roads play a vital role in economic development of any area. He expressed these views while addressing a jirga and talking to different delegation at CM House on Friday.

The Chief Minister said that Baizai Irrigation Scheme, emanating from Malakand Project III, will bring agricultural revolution in the area and will help improve living of farmers. He said that the government is giving full attention to provision of more and improved facilities to people in education, health, communication and irrigation sectors.

He said that classes in new girls’ college of Katlang will commence in four to five months in order girls students of the area should benefit from facilities of higher education after matric.

He said that the classes will be arranged in Irrigation Rest Houses until completion of construction work on the college. He announced construction of 4.5 KM road from Ghondo Chowk to Shamozai costing Rs.4, 40, 00,000.

He said that ring road around Mardan city will complete with construction of road from Sang-i-Marmar to Jhanday, added , it will provide better travel facilities to people of Mardan and associate districts and a new era of economic development will start.

He said that overhead bridges will be constructed on different areas of ring road which will be named after national heroes and political figures.





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