Central Development Working Party (CDWP) has approved three projects at the cost of Rs12.55 billion. The suggested two projects valued at Rs196.6 billion has been directed to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) for consideration of final approval. In formal meeting, CDWP met with Mohammad Jahanzeb Khan, Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, Secretary Planning Zafar Hasan, senior officials from the federal government, while the representatives from provincial governments joined through video link. Three projects related to physical planning and housing, transport and communications were presented in the meeting. A project related to physical planning and housing at the cost of Rs3,300 million has been approved by the CDWP. This project will Uplift Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure in Under Development Area of Punjab especially in Tehsil Isa Khel, District Mianwali located on north-west side at the bank of Indus River. Moreover, four projects related to transport and communication have also been presented in the meeting. The first project at Dualization of Quetta Western Bypass worth Rs7,103.78 million has been approved that envisions dualization of existing two lane 22.5 km long Quetta Western bypass to four lanes while the additional two lanes will be 7.3 meters wide. The second project is Construction of Dera Murad Jamali Bypass on National Highway N-65 that worth’s Rs. 2,143.465 million has been approved by the forum. The third project was a position paper related to “Improving Human Development Indicators in Pakistan. The prime focus of SDGs relating to Education and Six EFA Goals” worth Rs3,616.152 million under present corona pandemic has been approved by CDWP for salaries of the staff for six months including the BECS teachers.