PM visits citizens' lands project at Al Froush, Al Kharaitiyat
July 22 2018 12:42 AM
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani is being briefed on the project by Ashghal President Dr. Saad bin Ahmed al-Mohannadi.


HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani visited on Saturday the project implemented by the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) for developing roads and infrastructure for citizens' lands at Al Froush and Al Kharaitiyat areas.
During the visit, HE the Prime Minister directed the importance of completing the projects that serve the residential areas and citizens' lands throughout the country and opening them on time.
Ashghal President Dr. Saad bin Ahmed al-Mohannadi said the visit of the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior to the sites at Al Froush and Al-Khraitiyat reflects his keenness on following up the precise development of projects that affect citizens directly.
Ashghal has completed about 40% of the road development project and the infrastructure of the citizens' land areas at Al-Froush and Kharaitiyat.
The project, scheduled to be completed in the second quarter of next year, aims to provide a network of safe roads and sewage networks, drinking water, electricity, communications and others.
Ashghal has developed a plan for the implementation of roads and infrastructure for 10,400 vouchers of the citizens' new land, 1819 of which were completed in 2017 and four projects are being implemented for citizens' lands serving 5,540 vouchers, of which 1,637 will be delivered this year in the areas of Al Froush, Kharaitiyat, North Al Nasiriyah, Rawadat Qadim, Azghwa and south of Al Wukair.
A total of 5,644 vouchers will be completed this year within the Al Shamal city, and Bani Hajar and Muaither areas, in addition to offering 15 projects during 2018 to serve 15,021 vouchers in several areas such as Al Maarath, Maithder, Kharaitiyat, Abel, Labib, Al Duhail, South Mashaf and Abu Hamour.

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