Islamabad: During the weekly National Coordination Committee’s meeting held on Thursday (November 26), Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan was informed of the ongoing consultations between the federal and Sindh governments with regard to the construction of 6,000 apartments under Pakistan Quarters project in Karachi.
The meeting was attended by Advisor to PM on Institutional Reforms Ishrat Hussain, Special Assistant to PM (SAPM) on Political Information Dr Shahbaz Gill and SAPM on Overseas Pakistani Zulfikar Bukhari. Housing Ministry secretaries and chief secretaries from all provinces also joined the session via video link.
The Housing Ministry secretary informed the PM that under the first phase of Pakistan Quarters project, 700 units will be constructed at an estimated cost of PKR 4 billion; adding that the development work at the project site would begin within three months.
وزیر اعظم عمران خان سے اہم ملاقات ہوئ۔
پاکستان کوارٹرز ریسیٹلمینٹ کرنے کا پلان فائینل کرلیا
مُجھے اس کو معاملہ خود مونیٹر کرنے کا ٹاسک دے دیا pic.twitter.com/5k6WVBoGOK
— Imran Ismail (@ImranIsmailPTI) November 26, 2020
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail said in his tweet on social networking site Twitter that an important meeting was held with Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he finalized the plan for resettlement of Pakistan Quarters. I have been given the task of monitoring the matter myself.