France Development Bank and Asian Development  letter to KP Government on BRT

Prompt payment to BRT Bus service contractors should be ensured. Stopping payment of contractors is beyond comprehension text of letter.

Islamabad (Urdu Point Latest News. 06 June 2023) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Government has assured payment to Peshawar BRT contractors. 2 major banks have written a letter. According to the details. Asian Development and France Development Bank have expressed concern about the decision to close BRT Buses. Asian Development and France Development Bank have written a letter to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government.

BRT Bus: Asian Development and France Development Bank

The letter also said that the (KPK) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government should ensure immediate payment to the Bus Service BRT contractors. It is unreasonable to stop the payment of the contractors. The letter added that non payment is likely to affect further loan disbursements. It should be noted that the BRT Bus service running in Peshawar is suffering from lack of funds. Yesterday. The private transport company had written a letter to the transport secretary to stop the service on June 7

The company wrote in the letter that the company has 754 million arrears. It should also be noted here that in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, one plan after another has started to be closed, on 26 May. The insurance company had closed the health card plus plan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa KPK after non-payment of funds and now the dues of crores of rupees have not been paid. Peshawar  Bus BRT. the province's first and most advanced mass transit project is on the verge of closure.

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The Peshawar  BRT Bus project suffered a major setback due to the provincial government failure to pay dues of nearly one billion rupees to five private companies managing various sectors of the public transport system. The private company that operates a fleet of 244 BRT buses for the provincial capital's 3 lakh passengers said that the amount payable has increased to Rs 75 crore from last month's Rs 45 crore.