News sources said that on Tuesday, December 20, Sajid Hussain Turi, the Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resources Development, laid the foundation stone for a 21-story building for overseas Pakistanis in Lahore.
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The building will be built on Raiwind Road, and it will have shops, malls, and other places for business. The Overseas Pakistani Foundation (OPF) paid for the building, which will help overseas Pakistanis in many ways. The minister also said that 5,000 more apartments will be given to workers by the end of next month. This is in addition to the building of the multi-story building.
He also said that the OPF Housing Scheme is meant to improve the lives of overseas Pakistanis and that efforts are being made to solve any problems they have, such as giving them a No Objection Certificate (NOC) that lets them work anywhere in the country.