According to a news source, the government has finalized a financial model for the Gazi Barotha development project, in which the total cost of the project will be divided equally between the center and the provincial government. The government has been instructed to transfer its share of the funds to the CDA (Capital Development Authority).
The cost of the Ghazi Barotha project, which is expected to save nearly 200 million gallons of water every day for twin cities, is estimated to cost 80 billion rupees. The Director-General of the Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Raja Shaukat Mahmood said that the project is being developed to address the various water challenges facing Rawalpindi and Islamabad over the next 100 years.
Reportedly, 50 million gallons per day will be provided to the cantonment board, the other 50 million gallons per day will be provided to the Water and Sanitation Authority and the remaining 100 million gallons will be provided to the CDA (Capital Development Authority).
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