PM wants CDA to make the residential project more appealing to expats

PM wants CDA to make the residential project more appealing to expats

On Monday, PM Imran Khan told the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to make sure that the proposed housing apartments in Islamabad were built well, finished quickly, and at a reasonable price so that Pakistanis living outside of Pakistan would want to invest in them.

The PM told a meeting about the Overseas Enclave Islamabad, a planned world-class housing project by the Capital Development Authority. “We want to get our nine million Pakistanis back home to help the economy,” he said (CDA).

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They are very important to us. We want to make the most of their skills and contributions to the country’s job and wealth creation, he said.

PM: The CDA is planning to build around 6,000 high-end living apartments in an area in Islamabad that is very well-known. APP:

It would be possible for about 35,000 people to live in a high-end community with all the best things in the world. Investors from all over the world would find this project very appealing. It would be fully sustainable, very safe, and very profitable.

Asst. PM on Overseas Syed Tariq Mehmoodul Hasan was in the meeting, as well as retired Lt. Gen. Anwar Ali Haider, CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed and other senior officials.

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