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Punjab Peri-Urban Low-Cost Housing Scheme aims to facilitate salaried, working class, says PM

(Karachi) Addressing a ceremony after performing the ground-breaking of a housing project in Lahore under Punjab Peri-Urban Low-Cost Housing Scheme on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said the government has introduced the housing scheme so that salaried people and those belonging to the working class are able to afford houses for themselves.

He added that a society cannot progress until it works for the welfare and uplift of poor and underprivileged segments.

He stated that the passing of the foreclosure law had made it possible for banks to provide loans to the people.

He said the government had introduced the housing scheme so that salaried people and those belonging to the working class are able to afford houses for themselves.

He mentioned the previous governments never thought about providing low-cost housing projects for the poor. He said if Pakistan’s housing sector booms, it will lead to a positive effect on other industries as well.

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