Private sector offers services for construction of 5,000 low-cost houses, 50,000 apartments

ISLAMABAD: The private sector has offered its services to the federal government for the construction of 5,000 low-cost houses as well as 50,000. 

Talking to media on Thursday, renowned businessmen of Islamabad and members of the Blue World City administration Chaudhry Shahzad, Munir Nawaz, Waseem Abbasi stated that Blue World City was not only making investments in Pakistan but also in foreign countries.  

They welcomed the government’s construction package, saying that the incentives would “surely kickstart economic activities in the country”. 

The businessmen also hailed the recently announced measures for the construction industry in the federal budget. This is unprecedented and the business community is optimistic that the construction sector will provide the job opportunities to the masses, they added.  

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They expressed willingness in helping the government realise its dream of constructing low-cost houses for the poorest segment.

“We thank Prime Minister Imran Khan and the administration of Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme, including Chaudhry Saad Nazir, Nadeem Ijaz, Brig (r) Shahram for approving new and important projects in Islamabad like the PWD Underpass, Rawal Dam Interchange and Korang Bridge,” Chaudhry Shahzad stated. “This will change the structure of the city, as these projects will not only link important areas with the motorway but also with the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) routes.”

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Plz send me details. How i contact u. What will the schedule of payment n how much its total price. Kindly send me detail.

  2. My friend who lives in Tasmania went to a doctor about her mental health problems, this is what she told me happened;

    “I told her that I’m hallucinating and that I think I have paranoid personality disorder, I also told her that I have a long family history of mental health issues. She didn’t believe me and laughed when I told her, she basically said I’m being ridiculous”

    I want my friend to get the help that she needs as she has hallucinations, but she has many anxiety issues and when she went to the doctor she apparently got laughed at, what can be done in this situation, should I just tell her to go to a different doctor? I think she’ll be quite hesitant after being laughed at by the first doctor.

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