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PM Imran inaugurates housing scheme in Quetta

QUETTA: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said the program of 5 million housing units aims at providing shelter to common people who could not afford it due to their weaker financial position.

Addressing the ceremony after laying the foundation stone of Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme in Quetta the premier said in Pakistan people are only able to build homes if they have money. He said the salaried class is not able to have home due to limited income.

PM Khan said the plundering of the country by the two political parties has caused severe harm to it, adding that the country will develop when the weak segments of the society are cared for by the state.

He said no nation can progress unless corrupt elements are brought to justice. Corruption is the main cause of the deprivation of various areas in the country.

Focusing on the Balochistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his government’s commitment to uplift Balochistan to make it at par with developed parts of the country.

Imran Khan said state of Madina is our role model to cater to the needs of weak and poor segments of society. He said success underpinning the state of Madina was its golden principles of welfare and compassion. He said our founding fathers had also envisioned a welfare state based on the state of Madina.

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He maintained said in other countries the people who take mortgage to build homes is quite high in comparison with Pakistan. ” A law will be introduced for introducing mortgage in Pakistan.”

He said State Bank of Pakistan is also encouraging commercial banks to disburse more housing loans to consumers. He said many foreign investors have expressed interest to invest in housing sector of Pakistan.

Imran Khan said more opportunities will be created for youth as they will be able to start construction companies to benefit from the housing boom. He said 40 industries are allied with construction industry. The premier urged the youth to start their own businesses and become entrepreneurs rather than looking at the government for jobs.

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan was warmly welcomed by Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal  upon arrival in the provincial capital.



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