Islamabad Has Constituted A Development Working Party
Islamabad: A news source reports that the government has endorsed the establishment of the Islamabad Development Working Party (IDWP), under the leadership of the chief commissioner.
Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan approved the National Economic Council (NEC) at a meeting. The four provincial heads of ministers also attended the meeting, together with the federal ministers.
Members of planning and finance ministers and other sectors will be included in the IDWP. It will be able to approve up to 60 million PKR in development projects.
The Council also approved a 10 billion PKR enhancement package for Islamabad rural areas. In the context of this initiative, improvements and maintenance work will be done by the authorities concerned in 31 union councils of the capital city, on sewerage, sanitation and roads.
There are currently three organizations in Islamabad that are responsible for developing work. These include the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI), the CDA and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).