328km roads being constructed, improved in Sindh

December 17, 2017 Off By Web Desk

Under Sindh Province Road Improvement Programme, three hundred twenty-eight kilometer roads are being constructed and improved in Sindh province.

A spokesman of the provincial Works and Services Department told Radio Pakistan that the project is being implemented at a cost of over twenty-two billion rupees with the cooperation of Asian Development Bank (ADB).

In the first phase, work has been started on 67-Kilometer Tando Mohammad Khan-Badin Road, 55-kilometer Drighri-Naukot road, 64 kilmeter Khyber- Sanghar via Tando Adam road, 63 kilometer Sanghar-MirpurKhas via Sindhri road, 36 kilometer Sheranpur-Ratodero road and 44 kilometer Thull-kandhkor Road.

These farms to market roads will boost the economy of the province and facilitate people living in far flung areas.

Source: Radio Pakistan