Despite several renewable energy projects, most of the new energy generation capacity will be under the CPEC, with $5.8 billion in coal-fired power plants likely to be completed in early 2019 as part of the CPEC Early Harvest projects. India also did not object to the construction of the Mangla Dam, which was carried out with World Bank funds and British technical assistance in southern Kashmir, a region that India claims as its own territory. India has even claimed that the Wullar-Barrage project in Kashmir, managed by India, which Pakistan considers a violation of the Indus water contract, would ultimately benefit the Mangla Dam.  India also did not dispute the construction of the Neelum-Jhelum hydroelectric power plant in Kashmir, which has been under construction since 2008 with China`s support. In 1991, India agreed to advance the Neelum-Jhelum project despite the project`s situation in a territory that India legally considers its own. Near the Thar I project, the China Machinery Engineering Corporation, in collaboration with Engro Corporation of Pakistan, will be implemented as part of the Thar ll project (initially proposed the simultaneous construction of two 660 MW power plants), as well as the construction of a coal mine capable of producing up to 3.8 million tonnes of coal per year as part of the first phase of the project.  The first phase is expected to be completed in early 2019 and cost $1.95 billion.  The following phases will generate an additional 3,960 MW of electricity over a 10-year period.  As part of the infrastructure needed to distribute electricity from the Thar l and ll projects, the CPEC project also aims to build the Matiari transmission line to Lahore and $1.5 billion to Matiari to Faisalabad.  At the terminus of the M9 motorway in Hyderabad, The Karachi-Lahore highway is called six lanes, Also known as M6 Highway Continue, The project is expected to cost $1.7 billion and will provide high-speed road access within Sindh, particularly near the towns of Von Matiari, Naaaab and Khairpur. The project requires the construction of seven connecting points and 25 bridges over the Indus River and irrigation canals.  The planned highway route is roughly parallel to the existing National Highway and the Indus Highway in different sections.
In July 2016, the Pakistani government announced that the project would be open to international bidders on a build-operate transfer basis, as Chinese and South Korean companies expressed interest in the project.  In line with the Pakistani government`s announcement, the former chief minister of Balochistan province, Akhtar Mengal, proposed at a political rally in November 2015 that the implementation of the CPEC projects and the territorial map policy would ultimately lead to ethnic balochism refusing entry into the city.  The measure of resident cards would require that every non-resident visitor to the city register certain security checks before entering the city on the street without reference to ethnicity.