Gwadar town is going to recover its glory as the Balochistan government has launched several development schemes in the city in an attempt to upgrade its historical and tourist places.
He said a sewer line with the cost of Rs 570 million has been being developed under the initial phase that was expected to finish soon.
Under the second stage, the development work on 16 kilometer sewer line in a cost of Rs 750 million would also be initiated in the not too distant future, he added.
This had been the first government which had taken the lead in revamping and renovating the structure of the Gwadar town, the official said.
The provincial government had dedicated a chunk of allocated budget for road infrastructure in the city’s growth.
Together with the construction of streets, the anglers would get simple access to the port and could get route to move their fish that was hunted to the market, he added.
The official said the GDA would assemble a monuments at Mala Fazal Chowk of the city below the town’s master plan to entice the tourists.
The objective of East-bay Expressway was to connect the vent he added.
The Balochistan government establish and would restructure hospital in Gwadar to guarantee health facilities.
He said the governments had developed the town papers and nothing had been done on the ground.