Approval of Project for Fastest Internet Service in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Board of Directors of the Universal Service Fund (USF), a subsidiary of the IT and Telecommunication Ministry, has approved ten projects worth Rs 21 billion.
According to details, under the schemes approved by the Board of Directors of the Universal Service Fund, these projects of high -speed broadband services and optical fiber cables provide conclave services in the backward and remote areas of all four provinces of Punjab, Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Will
The 83rd meeting of the Board of Directors of the Universal Service Fund was chaired by Additional Secretary (In -charge) Ministry of IT Mohsin Mushtaq. Authorities attended.
CEO Universal Service Fund Haris Mahmood Chaudhry apprised the meeting about working on existing projects.
In this regard, Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Aminul Haq congratulated the USF team and board members on the approval of 10 projects.
Federal Minister IT said in its message that the Ministry of IT has taken another co -operation through its subsidiary Universal Service Fund to fulfill the Digital Pakistan Vision. These projects provide social equality, employment opportunities in remote areas, Digital infrastructure will be helpful in strengthening and digital litter.
Addressing a meeting of the USF’s Border of Directors, Additional Secretary (In -charge) Ministry of IT and Chairman US Board Mohsin Mushtaq said that the Universal Service Fund, led by Federal Minister IT Syed Aminul Haq. Given record performances. Highlighting the importance of Internet access and infrastructure.
He reiterated working with all stakeholders to achieve digital Pakistan Vision.
CEO Universal Service Fund Haris Mehmood Chaudhry told the meeting that these projects would benefit more than 33 million people living in remote areas of the country. Five projects worth rupees are from high speed broadband services under which FourG services will be provided in remote districts of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan.
These projects will benefit the people living in 262 subjects of Dera Ghazi Khan, Leah, Muzaffargarh, Multan, Rajanpur, Jam Shoro, Barakhan, Musakhel, Sherani and Sibi. The high -speed mobile on motorways belongs to the broadband, while three bridges worth Rs 7 billion of the total projects are to connect the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 187 union councils in Punjab to the optical fiber cable.
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