CPEC Fiber Optic Project From Khunjerab to Islamabad Becomes Operational

The fiber optic project under the bigger China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project has become operational after completion, Chairman CPEC Authority, Asim Saleem Bajwa has revealed.

Khunjerab and Rawalpindi serve as the terminals of the 820 Km long fiber optic. With 467 Km, Gilgit Baltistan has the biggest share of the fiber optic followed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with 288 Km, providing a much needed digital penetration in both regions. 47 Km of the fiber optic passes through Punjab while 18 Km from the federal capital, Islamabad.


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Asim Saleem Bajwa


According to details, the CPEC fiber optic project will be expanded to Gwadar and Karachi in the months to come.

The CPEC fiber optic project will serve as the foundation for the digital revolution in Pakistan and will strengthen bilateral ties between China and Pakistan, said Bajwa.

Recently, China has signed 2 agreements with Pakistan to invest billions of dollars in Azad Jammu and Kashmir amid heightened tensions with India.


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