Punjab govt approves Rs 1.19b for South Punjab's biggest model cattle market.
MULTAN -- The Punjab government Wednesday approved PC-1 of South Punjab's biggest model cattle market to be established here at a cost of Rs 1.199 billion.
The PC-1 was approved by Planning and Development department which would be established at 43 acre area at Mauza Jangle
Jaswant Singh, Samorana bypass link road and would be operational for five days a week, says Managing Director Cattle Markets Dr Hammad Ali in a statement here.
The market would have all basic facilities, including a bank, mosque and 44 sheds for cattle heads.
Work on the boundary wall of the model cattle market would start the next month, Dr. Hammad said adding that the whole project would be completed in 18 months.
He appreciated the untiring efforts of commissioner Multan division Bilal Ahmad Butt that resulted in approval of the model cattle market project.
The temporary cattle market operational at Mauza Balail, Shujabad Road, would be shifted to the new cattle market after completion of the project.
All modern facilities would available for commission agents, cattle rearers at the model cattle market.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Feb 22, 2018|
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