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6km road inaugurated in Swabi

6km road inaugurated in Swabi
January 10, 2017

SWABI, 10 January: The newly built Shewa road has been inaugurated in Swabi. Health Minister Shahram Tarakia inaugurated the six-kilometer long road built between the Shewa Ada and Shewa village.

The project was completed within due time of three months and Rs90 were spent on its completion.

The residents of the area have expressed happiness on the construction of the road and said it would provide them better transportation and communication facilities in the district.

Speaking on the occasion, Shahram Khan said the incumbent provincial government had not only been working on reforming the system, it had also started developmental projects all over the province.

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