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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the PTI’s government flagship program of construction of five million housing in next five years will help address shortage of official accommodation.
Chairing a briefing in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said government is cognizant of the issues being faced in the housing sector especially with regards to provision of official accommodation to the government employees in Islamabad and provincial headquarters.
The Prime Minister also expressed concern over under-utilization of the human resource and expertise available with various organizations of the Housing Ministry and directed that a comprehensive plan should be prepared to ensure optimum utilization of the available human resource.
Secretary Housing also briefed the PM about the progress on Naya Pakistan Housing Program. It was informed that an encouraging response is being received from the bidders and companies towards Naya Pakistan Housing Program. He said 41 bidders and companies have applied and offered land for plots, apartments and houses in major cities of Pakistan.
The Prime Minister was informed that all efforts are being made to ensure complete transparency in the process of allotment of official accommodations while efforts are also afoot to get official accommodations vacated from illegal occupation.


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