Hazara families will get a separate quota in Naya Pakistan housing scheme


Head of government Imran Khan on Sunday reported five percent quota in the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme for those groups of Shia Hazara people who had lost their friends and family in terrorist assaults.

He made this declaration amid a gathering with relatives of the casualties of the Hazarganji suicide assault that left 22 individuals dead, including eight of the Hazara people group, on April 12.

Imran Khan was in the city on a short visit to meet suicide assault victims families and go to the groundbreaking ceremony of the housing scheme.

He communicated his distress over the He expressed his sorrow over the tragedy, offered condolences to the bereaved families and prayed for the departed souls.

Talking on the event, he called for joint endeavors to thwart the enemy’s accursed structures for blending chaos in the nation.

He said the execution of the National Action Plan against terrorism was unavoidable and the administration was resolved to dispose of psychological warfare and radicalism.

Mr Khan said giving security to natives was a duty of the administrative and the common governments and they would achieve this undertaking. The leader said the day was not far when individuals would live in a serene climate.

He said anti-state elements wanted to create division among the people and called for joint efforts to foil their designs.

He said faculty of the Pakistan Army, police and Frontier Constabulary just as the overall population, had rendered tremendous forfeits and aided in impro­ving security circumstance.

He guaranteed the influenced families that the legislature remained by them and culprits of the Hazarganji assault would be conveyed to equity. No laxity would be endured in upkeep of harmony, he included.

Tending to the historic service of the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme, the PM said the political pioneers who had looted the nation amid the most recent decade and troubled Pakistan with extreme obligations would be berated.

The prime minister unveiled the plaques about the construction of 110,000 houses in Quetta and Gwadar, including 54,000 units for fishermen.

During the first phase of the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme, 135,000 units would be built across the country, he said, adding that 25,000 apartments would be built in Islamabad for federal government employees.

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