Lahore: After computerised balloting, Minister for Housing and Urban Development Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed issued allotment letters of plots to low-income residents under the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme.
The minister gave the fortunate applicants allotment letters for 400 three-marla plots and 189 five-marla plots in Hazro, Attock district. The ceremony was conducted under the auspices of the Punjab Housing and Town Planning Agency in this respect (PHATA). Deputy Director Abu Bakar, Parliamentary Secretary Housing Taimoor Masood, DG PHATA Asif Ch, General Secretary Housing Task Force Atif Ayub, and other concerned officials were also present.
The minister congratulated the allottees and claimed that these plots are being given for Rs. 1,14,000 per Marla to low-income families. This housing scheme’s 60% of the construction has been finished. To make it smoother for the allottees, the plot price would be paid in two-year monthly instalments.
Under the Naya Pakistan Housing System, measures are being taken to provide low-cost plots and houses to residents in other districts of the province as well, he concluded.
Meanwhile, half of the 4,000 apartments to be constructed under the LDA City Naya Pakistan Apartments project, in connection with the Prime Minister’s program for construction of five million houses, will be allotted to the citizens nominated by Naya Pakistan Housing and Development Authority.
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