Sindh Government Started Construction of 2.1 Million Houses for flood Affectees

Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has announced the construction of 2.1 million houses for people affected by floods in the province. This massive project will cost Rs 650 billion, as reported on June 10.

At the inauguration ceremony at Naya Nazimabad, CM Murad Ali Shah highlighted the government’s dedication to providing homes for those hit by the floods. He mentioned that Rs 550 billion has already been secured for this ambitious project. He also praised projects like Naya Nazimabad for their role in revitalizing urban areas and boosting the province’s economy.

Naya Nazimabad will also feature several valuable additions, including a 60-room hotel and educational opportunities like scholarships from Habib University. During the event, the Chief Minister inaugurated several new facilities, including a Gymkhana, a flyover, and a Jamia Masjid, marking another step forward in the province’s journey toward development and prosperity.

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