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655 kanals in Faisalabad allocated for Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme

October 12 , 2018

Land is already being allocated for the prime minister’s Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme.

Chairing a meeting in Lahore on Friday, Housing Minister Mehmoodul Rasheed announced that 655 kanals of land in Faisalabad has been designated for the project.

Single, double and triple storey flats will be constructed, he said. On Makwana Road, 9,500 flats will be made, he added.

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However, he said it will take one and a half to two months to establish the authority that will be responsible for the construction of the project.

The government aims to build five million homes in five years. The low-cost houses project will be initially launched in seven districts.

NADRA has issued online registration forms, which can be submitted from October 22 to December 21. The registration will be completed in two months.

 

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous   February 13, 2019 9:57 am/ Reply

    Assalam-o-Alaikum, dear sir, i am working as an accounts officer in textile mill Faisalabad.
    mene suna ha k Faisalabad ko naya pakistan housing scheme se nikal dia ha. par yaha pe jin logo ne apna ghar k lia fee jama karwai ha un ka kia or un ko kiu nahi ghar milain gy? kia Faisalabad ki awam Pakistani nahi ha?

  2. muhammad idrees   February 25, 2019 5:03 pm/ Reply

    der sir im m idrees from fsd on canal rod mansora bad sir mera swal hey k kia faislabad k log gareeb nahi hen ya in ki wuqat nahi pakisan men ya k ye log is kabil nahi k sarkar in par nazre karam nahi kar sakti sir yaqeen mane hamara rana snaullah sy koi taluq nahi khuda ki qasam hm b utne hi gareeb hen faisalabad k log jitna k aam pakistani na to hmare pass koi apna ghar hey oer na koi apni zameen sirf ek ghar jo 3 marla hamen virasat men mila hey us men hum 15 log guzara karte hen plz sir help me and my femly


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