ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The federal government has allocated Rs 251.207 for various new and on-going schemes of the Narcotic Control Division under Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) for the fiscal year 2018-19.
According to the PSDP document, Rs 169.460 million have been earmarked for five ongoing schemes while Rs 81.747 have been allocated for four new schemes.
For on-going schemes, Rs 30.224 million have been allocated for acquisition of land for ANF police station in Pasni, Rs 36 million had been embarked for Bajaur Area Development project.
As per document, Rs 44.815 million have been allocated for construction of ANF police Station in Sust, while Rs 22.421 million, Rs 36 million have been allocated for construction of single Men Barrack at Korangi Town Karachi and Mohmand Area Development project respectively.
For new schemes, Rs 10.721 million, Rs 20.080 million, Rs 20 million and Rs 30.955 million have been allocated for acquisition of land for ANF setup at Jiwani and Gwadar, acquisition of land for construction of ANF RD Punjab complex, construction of Model Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre Islamabad and Khyber Development project (Phase-II) respectively in the PSDP document.