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ANAS BIN MALIK FLY OVER UNDER PASS
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This bridge was built in record time and with high efficiency BY CCC & ELSEF  JV

This bridge was built in record time and with high efficiency BY CCC & ELSEF  JV

This bridge was built in record time and with high efficiency BY CCC & ELSEF  JV

  • MUHAMMAD SIDDIQUE over 1 year ago
    Assalamo alikum my name is Muhammad Siddique from Pakistan bahawalpur punjab most respectable sir i sea your work and time period HONEST PEOPLE can do any simple and hard work but must be HONEST.Mustafa,Siddique@hotmail.com ( facebook ) 03009682319. I work only four years in al riyadh city with some very very good people in 1991 to1995 remember me in your prayers ALLAH HAFIZ fee AMAN ALLAH.
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