ML-I project to Create 190000 Jobs for Technical, Non-technical 

One of the most famous projects about employment in Pakistan railway is the Main Line-I (ML-I) project nowadays. In this plan, the lane of Peshawar Karachi will be improved which ultimately provide a new wave of jobs for many job seekers. With an estimate, the number of these technical and non-technical vacancies is 190,000 which is a big digit. 

This project will become growth in the economic state as well as a progressive step for the development of Pakistan Railway. This mega project has linked and accomplished with CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor), announced by Ministry of Railway member. 

He also said that this project was a part of Prime Minister recent visit to China, between the Govt of China and Pakistan, which was named as the memorandum of understanding (MoU). He also cleared in his interview about the key points of this plan. Some of them are given below:

  • ML-I project has included fencing on both sides
  • ML-I project has included repair of bridges
  • ML-I project has included the laying of the new track from Peshawar to Karachi

Most important thing is, many wrong crossing would be accurate after the completion of ML-I project. The number of accidents will reduce after this step hopefully, said by officials. 

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