The aviation sector gets Rs502,971m to run 15 projects in 10 months | Instant News

Islamabad: The government has spent Rs502,971 million during the first 10 months of the current fiscal year to carry out 15 Aviation Division projects under the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP 2019-20) of the total allocation of Rs1,266.505 million.

According to official data as of May 8, a total of Rs225 million has been provided for the construction of the Airport Security Forces Camp (ASF) at Islamabad International Airport (IIAP), and Rs100 million to build the Rainwater Harvesting Dam, Kasana Dam, which stands 100 percent of the total allocation for these projects are in PSDP.

Meanwhile, Rs3,532 million has been released against the allocation of Rs23,532 million for the establishment of the Special Mid-Range Weather Forecast Center (SMRFC) and strengthening the weather forecast system in the country.

Likewise, a total of Rs30 million has been provided under the project to install Weather Surveillance Radar in Karachi, and Rs30 million for the installation of the same facility in Multan, where Rs160 million and Rs50 million have been allocated respectively in PSDP.

A total of Rs10,250 million has been spent on the Reverse Linkage project between the Department of Meteorology of Pakistan and the Marmara Research Center (MRC) of Turkey (IDB), and Rs10 million for the construction of a two-storey women’s dormitory / barracks by providing a third floor along with Mess, Recreation Hall and Facilities Allies at the Allama International Airport Iqbal Lahore, contradicted the allocation of Rs40 million and Rs25 million respectively.

Meanwhile, Rs12 million had been freed for the construction of a 2x second floor barracks with the provision of a third floor for corporals and assistant directors along with a separate Mess, and an allied facility at Quetta Airport, where Rs30 million had been allocated at PSDP.


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