FAISALABAD   -    Deputy Commissioner Imran Hamid Sheikh on Saturday said that development projects worth Rs2 billion was being executed rapidly in Chak Jhumra. Reviewing development pace during his visit to Chak Jhumra, he said that Rs18 million were being spent on the construction and rehabilitation of a road from Dry Port Road (bridge) to Millat Road including Paharang Drain Danoola.  Similarly, Tehsil Headquarters (THQ) Hospital, Chak Jhumra was being upgraded from 60 beds to 120 beds at an estimated cost of Rs380 million, he said and added that the project would help in providing best healthcare facilities to people of the area.  He said that Rs 10 million were being spent on rehabilitation of a road from Chak No.107-JB to Chak No.108-JB Talvandi, whereas, Rs 50 million were being spent on construction of Tehsil Sports Complex. He said that a sum of Rs 160 million was spent on the construction of Sports Gymnasium, whereas GOR-II would be established on Canal Expressway at a cost of Rs420 million. 

He said that Rs 1.15 billion were being spent on construction of 18-kilometer long dual road from Faisalabad Dry Port to Sahianwala via Chak Jhumra. 

The DC also held an open court in Land Record Center Chak No.189-RB and issued on the spot orders for the redressal of public complaints. 

Later, he planted a sapling in the ground of Govt Girls High School Rasoolpura where he also presided over a seminar on “refuse narcotics, love life”.

Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Revenue Mudassar Ahmad Shah, Deputy Director Development Tahir Iqbal and Assistant Commissioner (AC) Khawar Bashir were also present on the occasion.