10 More Cities Added to Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme – Research Snipers

10 More Cities Added to Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme

The federal government has made the announcement of adding 10 more cities to the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme.

The cities added to the low-cost housing program are:

  1. Multan
  2. Lahore
  3. Rahim Yar Khan
  4. Sialkot
  5. Vehari
  6. Bahawalpur
  7. Jhelum
  8. Gujranwala
  9. Kasur
  10. Layyah

In the previous week, the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme was officially launched by the Prime Minister—Imran Khan. Under the scheme, he suggested constructing as many as five million low-budget houses for the less-privileged class of the country across the next five years.

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Imran Khan was hopeful that this flagship program would not just be giving shelter to the low-income group of the society, however, it would also be boosting the nation’s economy and would be creating immense job opportunities.

On Twitter, Imran Khan posted that the landmark housing scheme would not just produce four million jobs but would also create demand in forty industries that are connected directly to the house-building.

The initial phase of the scheme has been introduced in 7 cities of the nation and the registration form for the housing program has also been uploaded at the NADRA’s website.

In the first phase the project would be starting in the following cities:

  1. Islamabad
  2. Gilgit
  3. Sukkur
  4. Quetta
  5. Faisalabad
  6. Swat
  7. Muzaffarabad

Naya Pakistan Housing Program is a great step of the government if it gets successful in completing and implementing the project. For sure the present government is full of amazing ideas but only time would tell that whether these ideas transform into reality or not.

Some days back, government launched a website for tracking the hundred-day agenda of Prime Minister. The step appears to be a great move as it would be promoting transparency of the activities the government is involved in.

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