ISLAMABAD: In an interesting development, Margalla Avenue's Shah Allah Ditta Interchange development progress was recently updated by Noor ul Amin Mengal, chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The Chairman posted a video on social media demonstrating the continuous work done by large machinery. He unveiled the recently taken photos of the Shah Allah Ditta junction at Margalla Avenue. It takes 30 minutes to get to KPK (Khanpur Dam and Haripur), Buddha Caves, and Shah Allah Ditta Mazar. Nearly 600 million rupees are being spent by CDA on connectivity and religious tourist promotion, the chairman of CDA told through social media. The Shah Allah Ditta Interchange is extremely important since it connects to a number of prominent locations, such as the Shah Allah Ditta Mazar, the Buddha Caves, and the well-known Alexander Route that leads to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), notably Khanpur Dam and Haripur.
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The purpose of this interchange is to improve connectivity and encourage religious travel in the area. This project is a component of the CDA's overall strategy to devote about 600 million rupees to promoting religious tourism and improving connectivity. The Shah Allah Ditta Interchange will likely make it much easier to get to the aforementioned locations once it is finished. It will make it easier for tourists and travelers to see the region's historical and religious landmarks while also giving local commuters a more convenient path.