Rawalpindi: The Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant was officially opened by the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) on Tuesday in order to provide residents and employees of the RDA, WASA, and PHA with safe drinking water.
The RO plant that had been finished in partnership with a non-governmental organisation, Saylani Welfare International Trust, was inaugurated by Director General (DG) RDA Muhammad Saif Anwar Jappa.
Speaking at the event, the DG claimed that the RO plant project had been completed for the benefit of the populace.
Additionally, he stated that hundreds of RDA, WASA, PHA, and other institution staff as well as the general public would have access to clean drinking water.
The DG stated that they will continue to launch more initiatives to bring relief to the inhabitants. The project has been finished to facilitate the people, particularly those who live in the Liaquat Bagh area.
At the occasion, RDA employees and representatives of the Saylani Welfare International Trust were present. RDA officers in attendance included the Chief Engineer RDA, Dr. Habibul Haq Randhawa, the Chief Planner RDA, Jamshaid Aftab, the Director Admn, and Finance RDA and Land Development, Malik Ghazanfar Ali Awan, the Director Estate Management, Asif Mahmood Janjua, the Deputy Director Finance, Khawaja Javed Arshad.
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