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Rawalpindi Ring Road Project Faces Complication of Missing Land Record

Rawalpindi Ring Road Project Faces Complication of Missing Land Record

RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Ring Road initiative has run into another obstacle. According to reports, the land records for a village in tehsil Gujar Khan that were essential for the project's acquisition went missing. According to a top district administration official, the land record for a town next to tehsil Rawalpindi is also missing. This situation makes acquiring land for the Ring Road more difficult.

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This problem may have its roots in 2002, when a fire in the record room may have lost some important papers. However, three assistant commissioners are currently analyzing the documents with representatives from land revenue. The claims of missing records were refuted by Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatha, who claimed that certain properties had already been acquired while land acquisition had not yet started.

A survey of the region has been started by the district land revenue department and the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA). The RDA is currently asking the district administration for advice on land pricing. 36 villages will be affected by the project, with eight in Gujar Khan and the remainder in the tehsil of Rawalpindi, according to preliminary studies. The anticipated cost of the 38.3-kilometre-long project is Rs33.7 billion, of which Rs27 billion will go towards building it and Rs6.7 billion towards purchasing the land.

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