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36 projects included in revised ADP

JAGARAN CHAKMA

The National Economic Council (NEC) has included 36 new projects in the revised annual development programme (ADP) of the current fiscal year, aiming to implement them on the basis of public-private partnerships (PPP).
The government has allocated Tk. 2,000 crore for the PPP projects in the new budget for the current fiscal year. The NEC included the new projects in its last meeting, held on April 5, in which the revised ADP was approved.
The Finance Division had allocated Tk. 3,000 crore for PPP initiatives in the previous fiscal year.
Finance minister AMA Muhith, in his budget speech, said there has been little progress in the PPP initiatives during the last six years. Regarding the PPP projects, planning minister AHM Mustafa Kamal said it is not possible to implement them all by using only public funding. That is why the government has decided to implement some big projects under PPP, which is financially viable, and in which the private sector will come forward to invest.
However, the Planning Commission is yet to estimate how much money it will take to implement these projects.
Establishment of a Rural Development Academy (RDA) agriculture workshop and an applied research centre for development of the livelihoods of the rural people through improvement of the rural tourism model; development of the Dhaka-Chittagong expressway into a four-lane one and development of the Joydevpur-Devgram-Bhulta-Madampur bypass (Dhaka bypass) are among the projects.
Other porjects included in the revised ADP include development of the Gabtali-Nabinagar road into a four-lane one; development of the Tarabo-Sultana Kamal Bridge-Demra-Amulia-Shekherjaiga-Hatirjhil (Rampura bridge) road; development of the Dhaka eastern bypass (Demra-Tongi) road into a four-lane one; construction of the Dhaka western bypass (Kadda-Baliapur-Ruhutpur-Vaorvita-Muktarpur) road; development of the Maynamoti-B Baria-Sarail-Akhaura road into

a four-lane one; construction of the Chittagong-Hatazari expressway; development of the Jhinaidah-Jessore-Khulna-Mongla road into a four-lane one and development of the Bhaorvita-Fatulla-Madanpur road into a four-lane one.
The remaining projects are development of the Kanchpur-Bhulta-Bhoirab-Ashuganj-Sarail road into a four-lane one; construction of the Sylhet-Bholaganj road; construction of a multi-modal hub at Shahjalal International Airport; establishment of a 50-bed medical college on unused land of Bangladesh Railway at Kamalpur and a 50-bed nursing institute, and development of 250 modernised beds at BR Hospital; establishment of a 50-bed medical college on the unused land of Bangladesh Railway on the area adjacent to the Chittagong Railway Hospital and a 50-bed nursing institute; development of a 250-bed modernised hospital of the existing BR Hospital; construction of a modernised medical college and a 250-bed hospital on unused land in Khulna; establishment of a 50-bed medical college; development of a 50-bed nursing institute and development of a 250-bed modernised hospital of BR Hospital on unused land of Bangladesh Railway on the area adjacent to Syedpur Rail Hospital; establishment of a 50-bed medical college and a 50-bed nursing institute, and development of a 250-bed modernised hospital of BR Hospital on unused land of Bangladesh Railway on the area adjacent to Pakshi Railway Hospital; construction of a shopping mall-cum-guest house on the unused land of BR in the eastern part of the pay and cash office of Chittagong railway station; construction of a shopping mall-cum-guest house on unused land adjacent to Khulna railway station; construction of a new inland container depot (ICD) at Dhirashram rail station; construction of a five-star hotel on Bangladesh Railway land in Dhaka; construction of and initiation of operations at the inland container terminal at Kamalpur, Narayanganj; supply, installation and commission of a multi-modal surveillance system at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport; development of a tourism resort and environment village at Parjatan Holiday Complex, Cox’s Bazar; establishment of an International Standard Tourism Complex at Existing Motel Upal Compound of BPC at Cox’s Bazar; construction of a satellite city at Mirpur Section 9; and construction of a flyover from Shantinagar to Jhilmil area of the Dhaka-Mawa road.

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