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Lahore to be developed as Pakistan’s first smart city

Ch Parvez Elahi, the Chief Minister of Punjab, had a visit from Khawaja Tauseef Ahmad, the CEO of the Aga Khan Foundation Cultural Services Pakistan (AKCSP) before the soft announcement regarding Lahore to be developed as smart city happened.

During the meeting, the crucial decision was made to work with the AKCSP to develop Lahore into a smart city.

The CM also requested a project plan in this regard. He declared that Lahore would enjoy the distinction of being Pakistan’s first smart city.

The Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB), he stated, will aid in the digitalization of the city of Lahore and that urban utilities will be delivered via a mobile application, according to The Nation.

Additionally, the Wazir Khan Mosque will be modelled after the renovation of Baba Bulleh Shah’s

The Governor House’s induction ceremony for MPA Khayal Ahmad Kastro as a minister was attended last week by CM Punjab. Balighur Rehman, the governor, swore in Khayal Ahmad Kastro.

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The CM expressed his trust that the newly appointed minister will carry out his duties responsibly while striving to serve the people and congratulated him on taking the oath. The administration is committed to the general populace’s welfare and is making every effort to help the people.

Punjab is the most suitable province for investment, according to CM Elahi, and we have established a policy to provide on-lease uncultivated land for a 30-year period.



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