LAHORE: The Owner of Bahria Town, Malik Riaz Hussain has said that the ill-wishers of Pakistan are obstructing public welfare projects and it seems from the circumstances rulers have created here that a revolution will surely come – ARY News reports.
While talking to a 7-member delegation of Ulema here on Monday, Malik Riaz told that Bahria Town initiated Abdullah Shah Ghazi Underpass and other projects in Karachi, with a spirit of serving the people, but some officials of the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) are creating hurdles in the way of accomplishing the project.
He said that the projects of Bahria Town have no worth in front of the sanctity of the shrine of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Malik Riaz said that he is striving against a corrupt system for the last 20 years, influential landlords and feudalists do not want facilities to be provided to the poor. He added that the circumstances created by the rules here, have made it sure that a revolution will certainly take place.
The Owner of Bahria Town elaborated to the delegates that Rs 90 crores have already been spent on the Abdullah Shah Ghazi Underpass project and 60 percent of the construction has been completed, yet it was forced closed.
He asked the DHA to accomplish the project further or to restore the road as earlier.
The delegation of Ulema headed by the Khateeb of Data Darbar Mosque, Mufti Muhammad Ramzan Sialvi appealed Malik Riaz to accomplish all the development projects including Abdullah Shah Ghazi Underpass, so that poor people could benefit from these projects.
On this occasion, the Ulema praised Bahria Town for the provision of free meals to poor people and establishing hospitals for them.