‘NPH programme vital to overcome housing shortage’

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme was a significant project to meet the housing requirements of the country.

“The programme, on one hand, would help overcome the shortage of residential units in the country, while on the other, would help bolster the economy by accelerating the economic process,” he stated.

The prime minister was chairing a meeting to review the progress on the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme, a PM Office media wing stated in a press release.

Imran Khan said the government would fully facilitate all the foreign and local investors in the programme.

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The meeting was attended by Housing Minister Chaudhry Tariq Bashir Cheema, Water Resources Minister Faisal Vawda, Adviser on Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Special Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfiqar Bukhari, Member of the Punjab Assembly Aleem Khan, Housing Secretary Dr Imran Zeb, Naya Pakistan Housing Authority Chairman General (r) Anwar Ali Haider, State Bank Governor Reza Baqir, Federal Bureau of Revenue Chairman Sabbar Zaidi and other senior officials.

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