Lahore – On Sunday, Mohsin Naqvi, the interim chief minister of Punjab, visited the Akbar Chowk flyover project. He attentively evaluated the development of the challenging infrastructure project during his visit.
The Akbar Chowk overpass has made great progress and reports the successful erection of all piles and pile caps. The CM has taken decisive action in response to this development by directing the team to submit daily progress reports. He has also firmly committed to finishing the project by mid-month. Stressing the importance of sticking to this deadline at all costs.
Chief Minister Naqvi has found areas of improvement in the project’s design with a strong eye for detail. In particular, he has called for a better design for the U-turn and approved the construction of a model road that runs from College Road to Akbar Chowk. During his visit, he observed the ongoing construction work related to the flyover project and the associated roadworks.
Mohsin Naqvi has instructed the project team to speed up the building of the roads next to the flyover because he recognizes the surrounding roads’ critical role. He emphasized the importance of this accomplishment in providing the people with much-needed transportation facilities. Once the Akbar Chowk flyover project is completed, it is anticipated that traffic congestion will be permanently relieved.
The Chief Minister was informed of the project’s progress during the visit by the contractor, Chief Engineer, and the Commissioner/Director-General of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA), Muhammad Ali Randhawa. An upbeat update showed that 29 31 pairs of activities had already been accomplished. This demonstrates the commitment and tenacity pushing the project toward its intended conclusion.