Chief Commissioner directs timely completion of projects



Chief Commissioner, Islamabad, Aftab Akbar Durrani has directed the concerned officials to ensure timely completion of on-going ICT development schemes in Islamabad Capital Territory.

The officials have also been directed to speed up the pace of development work on these schemes and also take advice of the experts who have completed similar projects successfully.

He gave these directions during his visit to the ICT uplift schemes including construction of model prison at Sector H-16, construction of accommodation, training, admin block and barracks for the establishment of Rapid Response Force for ICT Police and establishment of Islamabad General Hospital at Tarlai.

Earlier, when he arrived at police line, a smartly turned out contingent of Rapid Response Force presented guard of honour to the Chief Commissioner Islamabad.

The Chief Commissioner Islamabad directed that the quality of work on these schemes should be ensured and advice and consultancy with those experts be kept in view while completing the designs and structure of the buildings who earlier completed such projects successfully.

Chief Commissioner Islamabad also visited Rural Health Center Tarlai and checked the availability of medicines and delivery of services.

He directed the staff to be more dutiful and responsive to the needs of patients and serve them with devotion.  He also visited veterinary hospital at Tarlai and issued necessary directions to the staff.

Chief Commissioner Islamabad also visited Safe City Control Center and saw the working of control center. He appreciated the performance and working of the center.

Chief Commissioner Islamabad also visited the site of Islamabad General Hospital at Tarlai and directed the officials that advice of those experts be sought for designing and other technical matters who completed similar projects successfully.

He said that the rural population will greatly benefit with the completion of these schemes which will not only raise the standard of living but also improve quality of life.


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