PM to inaugurate Naya Pakistan Housing Authority on April 17
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate Naya Pakistan Housing Authority project on April 17 in the capital.
On Tuesday, the federal cabinet decided to kick start the Naya Pakistan Housing Authority project with the construction of 135,000 apartments.
Briefing journalists about the decisions taken in the federal cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan earlier in the day, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that PM Imran will launch the project on April 17 in Islamabad where 25,000 apartments will be built for federal government employees.
The prime minister had promised to build five million houses in an October 2018 launch ceremony of the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme.
“The remaining 110,000 apartments will be built in Balochistan,” Fawad said, adding that the project includes a housing society for fishermen in Gwadar.
“For the first time, fishermen will have a roof over their heads and they will be given modern accommodation,” the information minister announced.