Sir Aga Khan Bridge Inaugurated in Sind, Pakistan | Longest bridge on Indus River

Sir Aga Khan Bridge in Sind


Roshan Khaskheli ✌@RoshanKhaskhel2 Feb 27

Source: Abdul Qadeer Chacher@ChacherQadeer Feb 27

Longest bridge on River Indus inaugurated at Jhirk — Tribune com

KARACHI  :  The longest bridge on the Indus River in Pakistan, the 1.7 kilometre-long Sir Aga Khan Bridge, was inaugurated by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson B ilawal Bhutto Zardari at Jhirk-Mulakatiar on Monday.


“We have associated this bridge with Sir Aga Khan because the first jamaat khana in Pakistan was established in Jhirk, which was once a bustling city. The bridge has been constructed under public private partnership at a cost of Rs4.5 billion,” he said.

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