Scheme of Rs.113.100 million approves for Caded College Razmak
Chitral Times Report
PESHAWAR: On the directives of the Governor Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa Sardar Mahtab Ahmad Khan a Rs.113.100 million scheme
has been approved for the reconstruction and repair of the Cadet
College, Razmak and work on the project has been initiated. After
completion of the reconstruction and repair work, the students will
be re-shifted from the existing temporarily occupied building of
the Adam Jee Paper Mills at Aman Ghar, Nowshera District. The
governor has further directed the authorities concerned to finalize
the work till July this year in accordance with the approved master
plan so that the students could be shifted after normalization of
the law and order situation in the area.
In this connection a non-ADP scheme titled “reconstruction/repair/
renovation/maintenance of damaged building at the Cadet College,
Razmak, North Waziristan and re-shifting of the Cadet College to
Razmak has been framed at a total cost of Rs.113.100 million.
Before shifting of the students to the college, its damaged
portions will be repaired and necessary reconstruction and
maintenance work done. The above mentioned funds were being
provided by the FATA Secretariat.
Due to military operations against terrorists, the Cadet College,
Razmak was vacated from the students in 2012 and the college
closed. To save precious time of the students the college was later
shifted to Nowshera where vacant building of the Adam Jee Paper
Mills was occupied and the students were enabled to continue taking
their classes during the last three years.
Now when the successful military operations against terrorists had
entered its final stage and coming of normalcy to the region, it
was decided that the students be re-shifted after necessary repair
and construction work is carried out in the college. The governor
has asked all concerned to ensure shifting of the students till
July this year. The governor has hoped that repatriation of all the
IDPs will also be completed till August 2015 and the reconstruction
and rehabilitation work done enabling the tribal population to live
with honour in their own houses.
The tribal people have termed the decision very promising and
commended the efforts of the army towards normalization of law and
order situation in the country in general and Khyber Pakhtukhwa and
FATA in particular.