The Dadocha Dam construction project will soon resume, according to Liaquat Ali Chatta, Commissioner of Rawalpindi Division, who has pledged to finish the project by the deadline.
Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta praised the local populace, in especially the people of Barwala, including the Azari Sehal, Malikpur, Azizal, and Khanpur localities, for their patriotism and sacrifices and promised that their contributions will be properly recognised.
The affected residents will receive compensation based on current market pricing for their land, he continued, in accordance with the Supreme Court’s ruling and the caretaker administration of Punjab’s instructions.
It is pertinent to state that the success of the initiative, which aims to safeguard a clean water source for future generations, depends on the district administration and the general public working together, the Commissioner emphasised.
The Dadocha Dam, which is 25 kilometres from Rawalpindi, is expected to be 123 feet tall.
It is anticipated that once finished, Rawalpindi city will receive a daily supply of 35 million gallons of water, largely for domestic consumption.
Additionally, Chattha emphasised that the community urgently needs the dam to be built and urged cautious planning on the part of the Development and Finance Department and FWO.
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