The motorway will be constructed from Balakot to Gilgit-Baltistan Via Babusar top.

Speaking at the patrol officer passing-out parade at the National Highways and Motorway Training College in Sheikhupura, Minister Abdul Aleem Khan reiterated his dedication to making the Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway one of the top priority projects for completion.Still, he sees beyond the southern corridors and acknowledges the need for improved infrastructure in the north.

There is great potential for the projected Islamabad to Gilgit and Skardu highway to transform the region and bring with it never-before-seen prospects for accessibility, tourism, and economic growth.

The fact that Minister Khan acknowledged the efforts of individuals working on the motorway projects emphasizes how crucial moral governance is to accomplishing the goals of national development.

Minister Khan’s decision of a one-month wage award for patrol policemen and FIA officials represents the government’s gratitude for their commitment and duty, even as the passing-out procession honors the completion of their demanding training.The presence of female graduates is a forward step toward gender-inclusive representation in the infrastructure and law enforcement sectors.

In addition to representing physical connectedness, the project to build the Islamabad to Gilgit and Skardu freeway also represents the ambitions of a people ready for advancement.

The National Highway Authority (NHA) and Motorway Police mandated M-Tag registration for all cars earlier in February. With this change, entry and departure procedures should be streamlined, resulting in a quicker and more effective flow of traffic.

M-Tag use used to be optional but recommended. However, this computerized toll collecting technology is now required for all cars in order to further enhance traffic management.

The motorway will be constructed from Balakot to Gilgit-Baltistan Via Babusar top.