The Sindh government has launched a low-cost housing scheme for residents of Karachi on Wednesday.
The housing project was launched in Taiser Town Scheme-45 of Malir Development Authority. Through the scheme, residents can get the ownership of plots ranging from 80 square-yards to 400 square-yards by taking part in balloting.
The government has set the price for 80 square-yard plots at Rs80,000; for 120 square-yard plots at 120,000; for 240 square-yard plots at 528,000; and, for 400 square-yard plots at Rs1,200,000.
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Long queues of people were seen outside many branches of Silk Bank to get the form, which was available free-of-charge. The forms are also available online and can be submitted by March 31, 2019.
On the other hand, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Firdous Shamim Naqvi, who is also the Leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly, criticised the provincial government on the launch of the scheme.
He said the Sindh government was quick to launch a low-cost housing scheme after the PTI had announced to do the same in the city.