Thousands of people participate in the Gwadar sit-in

Thousands of people participate in the Gwadar sit-in

Thousands of people participate in the Gwadar sit-in. Thousands of protesters staged a sit-in in the port city on Tuesday following the expiration of the deadline set by organizers of the “Gwadar Ko Haq Do” campaign to accept their demands.

Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman Baloch, secretary-general of Jamaat-i-Baluchistan Islami’s chapter, led the protest. The demonstrators carried banners and placards conveying their requests.

Maulana Baloch, speaking on occasion, stated that they had set a deadline to fulfil their demands on the rights of the Gwadar people.

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“We want our legitimate rights to be upheld by the Constitution,” he stated. “As Pakistanis, we want the government to ensure that the residents of Gwadar and the rest of Makran have access to essential services.”

“While we have no objection to any institution, we will not allow insults to our moms and sisters. We are opposed to those who forbid our youth from going to the playground,” Maulana Baloch stated.

He claimed that illicit fishing continued to thrive despite protests, and enormous fishing trawlers could be seen cruising the coast from Ormara to Gwadar. Illegal fishing, he warned, was killing marine life and depriving local fishers of their livelihood.

He also lamented the failure of the fisheries department, the Coast Guards, the Maritime Security Agency, and other interested organizations to end illegal fishing.

Maulana Baloch also noted insufficient health facilities, a lack of drinkable water, and a shortage of jobs for educated youth as important issues confronting the Gwadar community.

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Within five years, Gwadar will become a regional logistics hub

Within five years, Gwadar will become a regional logistics hub

Zhang Baozhong, Chairman of China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC), has stated that Gwadar, a key component of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), will become the region’s logistic hub within five years.

“According to our plans, Gwadar will become the region’s logistical center in five years!” While reviewing Gwadar’s 5-year voyage, Zhang Baozhong addressed China Economic Net (CEN).

The Free Zone will be fully developed according to its concept; free zone investors will directly employ more than 30,000 people, and at least $10 billion in GDP will be contributed to Pakistan’s economy.

The lives of local people will be drastically enhanced or modified as a result of this economic development; new schools, hotels, and medical facilities will be built; and water and power concerns will be resolved totally.

Zhang asked a variety of businesses to invest in Gwadar’s bright future. “Gwadar will become one of the world’s most lovely cities – a human dreamland!”

As Gwadar is the gateway to Middle Asian countries, he stated that logistics is one of the best companies in the city. The port, on the other hand, will not earn any revenue. To develop the port, a sufficient volume of commerce is required and a solid logistical system to handle the cargo. According to Zhang, the development of free zones and the development of ports are twin siblings.

Many plants rely on gas, LPG, or LNG. Thus an oil refinery is also welcomed. Gwadar is close to oil-rich countries such as Oman and Saudi Arabia. Therefore raw resources are easily accessible. This venture will benefit the port of Gwadar and Pakistan’s ability to maintain a steady supply of critical industrial supplies.

“Agriculture is the third,” Zhang explained. Pakistan’s land is rich and fertile, but it has been underutilized for far too long. “We hope that some investor would join the local community to properly develop the land and boost crop yield.”

Finally, food processing, particularly Halal food processing, is strongly suggested. “If we have food that meets international standards, our product will be able to compete on a global scale.”

“I believe that Gwadar will become the region’s new economic centre and that it will play a major role in the development of south Pakistan, Afghanistan, and even Middle Eastern countries,” Zhang said.

“I thought I was on Mars,” he reminisced as he stepped into Gwadar for the first time. In the dusty Gwadar of 2016, there were few activities, few people, and little transportation. The entire city lacked a conducive business environment.’

“I was under such duress that I thought [developing Gwadar] was a task unattainable,” Zhang remarked. There were no signals or internet at the time. He lost contact with his family and the corporate office for two weeks.
The endeavor, like life, was difficult. How was it possible to achieve the government’s goal? “I sent a lot of reports to the Chinese government, to my head office, and I talked to my Pakistani brethren on the ground.” And we were quite fortunate in that both governments aided us greatly.”

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“Everyone in Pakistan, from the top down to the bottom up, has been really helpful and nice to us.” They are also willing to help us overcome whatever obstacles we may face. “We are grateful to the Pakistani government for providing us with 923 hectares (10 square kilometers) of land dedicated to the establishment of the Free Zone, as well as investor incentives,” he said.

To entice investors, the Pakistani government has introduced the Finance Bill 2020, which grants all investors a 23-year tax holiday. “There are numerous tasks to be completed.” Zhang proudly stated, “This building, this free zone, and this port are as good as any other ports, any other free zones in the globe.”

“We will construct Gwadar Port step by step, following this concept,” he added. People here are well aware of how far it has progressed. And we can predict what will happen based on the last five years’ development.”

Gwadar has come a long way since then. “A lot of new structures are being built; several lovely villas have been completed, and everyone is busy with their work,” Zhang Baozhong stated.

For the past ten years, no single commercial shipping line linking Gwadar port, and the port has had to rely on government-directed cargo and heavily subsidised road transport, according to Zhang.

However, since COPHC took over the port and renovated facilities, things have altered, particularly since Afghan transit cargo began processing through Gwadar port on January 14, 2020. Despite the pandemic on business development, the port has processed more than 100,000 metric tonnes of Afghan cargo. “LPG ships and bulk cargo ships are routinely spotted approaching,” Zhang told China Economic Net.

All of these actions not only created a slew of new business prospects for Pakistani stevedoring companies, transporters, customer clearance organisations, and a slew of other businesses, but they also helped stabilise supply to Afghanistan and other Central Asian landlocked countries.

Zhang Baozhong, speaking about the Gwadar Free Zone, Pakistan’s first modern industrial park, claimed that 46 businesses have registered for investment in the Free Zone so far, particularly in logistics, warehousing, Halal food processing, agriculture, textiles, and so on.

“A growing number of investors are expressing an interest in investing in this area,” he continued.

Also taken into account is social wellbeing. “We are doing everything we can to assist our local brothers and sisters,” Zhang said, noting that the China-Pakistan Gwadar Faqeer Primary School, which was donated by the China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD) and has been sponsored by COPHC for the past five years, has been in operation.

“Previously, there was no school in the Faqeer community.” Local children must walk for miles to get to school. As a result, we chose the poorest neighbourhood in which to build this school.” This school is now regarded as one of the best in Gwadar. More than 700 boys and girls are receiving an education at the institution.

The following step is to create local job possibilities. The majority of development duty, as Zhang put it, falls on the shoulders of the locals. Pakistanis make up more than 800 of the workers. Balochistan accounts for 85 percent of them.

“If you come to my office, you’ll hear Balochi, Urdu, and English being spoken by everyone.” The Pak-China Friendship Green Park, which provides additional greenery to Gwadar, also provides many jobs to locals. Moreover, during the COVID-19 pandemic, when fish could not be exported, a clothing factory offered local women job opportunities to help feed their families.

“I am pleased to report that our Gwadar brothers and sisters give the most time and effort to the development of the city. It is their motherland; it is their home, and they adore their motherland. They wish to build their motherland. They want their children and grandchildren to be able to enjoy modern life. “You can’t tell a good story without them,” Zhang remarked.

“We are experiencing a shortage of trained technicians and engineers,” he stated, referring to difficulties such as water, energy, education, medical care, and security for investors and operators. Local folks can be as good as any other technicians in Islamabad or Lahore if we offer them an opportunity to learn.”

On October 1, the China Aid Technical & Vocational Institute of the Gwadar Port Project was completed, marking a significant milestone. Zhang expects that by establishing this vocational training college, local adolescents would be better equipped with current technology and will be able to become exceptional technicians and engineers.

Furthermore, the epidemic is evolving into an international issue that affects everyone. “However, we are attempting to mitigate its impact,” he continued.

He noted that the port has never been as busy as it is this year and that the shipment volume is increasing rather than decreasing. The Gwadar team has yet to register a single positive case. “Inside the port, we have almost 3,000 people working, including our personnel,” he stated.

As soon as the vaccines are ready, all employees, including Pakistanis and Chinese, get immunized.
Another difficulty is water. “To be honest, we haven’t had any rain in the last two years.” We also have our purification facility and provide roughly 200,000 gallons of water per day to the local population. It made a significant contribution to the water issue.”

According to Zhang, the inhabitants of Gwadar are exceedingly humble, hardworking, and peace-loving. “I’m incredibly proud to be a part of them.”

At the same time, I ask that our local brothers and sisters understand that Rome was not built in a day and that all of these historical challenges will be addressed if we work together. Let us work together for the betterment of our future generations.”

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Top 5 housing schemes in Gwadar for investment in 2021

Top 5 housing schemes in Gwadar for investment in 2021

Top 5 housing schemes in Gwadar 2021

Gwadar is one of Pakistan’s most attractive and recreational port cities, and it is situated on Pakistan’s southern coast in the Baluchistan Province. The 650-kilometre Makran Coastal Highway connects Karachi, Pakistan’s largest metropolis, with Gwadar. Sea politics is currently the principal concern of intellectual policymakers around the world in the global political arena. As a result, it is vital to emphasise that Gwadar port has the distinction of being one of the world’s deepest marine ports. It is naturally situated in the inlet of the Persian Gulf’s Strait of Hormuz, which carries 2/3 of the world’s oil reserves. Due to its never-ending, commercial and business activity has evolved into an international commerce hub from a primary city. Commercial and trade activity has accelerated progress in the real estate industry, resulting in the rapid construction of some of the best housing schemes in Gwadar 2021.

Many governmental and private companies have recently launched new real estate projects to meet the needs of investors and the general public. To encourage orderly development in Gwadar, the Gwadar Development Authority has awarded NOCs to several public and private real estate enterprises. The top-trending, well-known, and secure enough housing schemes in Gwadar to begin investing in the real estate business are listed below.

1- Naval Anchorage Gwadar

Naval mooring Gwadar received a no-objection certificate from the GDA in 2017. It is located near the intersection of the Coastal Highway and Rakhshan Avenue. The Pakistan Navy backs this Gwadar housing community in general, and the Pakistan Navy Benevolent Association, in particular, makes it distinctive. Additionally, it is a GDA-approved A-category housing society. Because of its naval history, it is regarded as one of the safest societies to invest in by real estate investors.

Naval Anchorage Gwadar is a new home development in Pakistan’s most enticing port city. Naval Anchorage has recently completed and delivered its Housing Project in Islamabad Zone V on the Islamabad Highway. To provide a comfortable existence for its officers and men who have committed their lives to serve and defend the country and motherland. It will also assist the wards of Shuhadas who give their life in the line of duty. Furthermore, naval Anchorage Gwadar will be a source of pride for its residents and members because it will be one of the best housing schemes in Gwadar, with a tranquil, secure, and environmentally friendly setting.

Important Characteristics

  • A 1450-acre residential project near Zero Point.
  • On the corner of Rakshan Avenue and the Coastal Highway.
  • Over 100 acres of parks and green places
  • Gwadar Development Authority has given their approval (GDA)
  • Community with a fence around it
  • self-sustaining facilities
  • Facilities for health care
  • World-class sport and recreation facilities are available through a network of schools, colleges, and universities.
  • An environment that is safe and secure
  • Electricity in the Ground

Naval Anchorage Gwadar Location

  • Front at Makran Coastal Highway Gwadar
  • 32 minutes from Free Zone Phase 1 Gwadar Port
  • 10 minutes from Jinnah Avenue Gwadar
  • 25 minutes from New Gwadar International Airport
  • 15 minutes from Marine Drive Gwadar Naval Anchorage Gwadar
  • GDA Hospital Gwadar is 25 minutes away, while Dhor Ghati Chowk is 20 minutes away.

2-New Town Gwadar

In 1986, the first phase of the New Town Housing Project was established, and it was only for residents. Residential plots of 500 sq/yd and 1000 sq/yd were first charged at a relatively low cost. Almost half of the land is already occupied, and all essential services, such as power, drinking water, and telephone, are available. Following that, Phases II, III, IV-A, and IV-B were announced. Locals were also given plots in Phases II and III, while they shared some properties with persons from outside of Balochistan in Phase IV. Astonishingly, these plots were only available for a fee of Rs 5,000 to ten thousand. The Gwadar District Commander oversees this Housing Project. The DCO office in Gwadar has all of the plots’ records.

At first, the New Town Gwadar government housing plan was only open to Gwadar residents. Its primary goal was to relocate residents from old residential areas to new modern housing societies. Later, the government permitted all interested investors to purchase a parcel of land or a home in this society. Four key routes travel through this society on their way to Gwadar, enhancing the strategic importance of this area. The community has supplied all essential utilities to 50% of the population, including electricity, internet, clean water, roads, and DSL. On the remaining 50% of the land, commercial and residential plots of 8 marla, 9 marla, 16 marla, 18 marla, and 2 kanal are for sale.

Important Characteristics

  • Located at the most strategic location of Gwadar
  • 750-metre dia of Monument
  • Grand Jamia Masjid
  • Central Commercial Area
  • Marine Drive & Padizar Boulevard High Rise Commercial
  • Access from Airport Raod, Pishukan Avenue, Jinnah Avenue, Marine Drive & Padizar Boulevard Facing 300 feet Padizar Boulevard
  • High Rise Commercial
  • Access from Airport Raod, Pishukan Avenue, Jinnah Avenue, Marine Drive & Padizar Boulevard
  • Facing 300 feet Padizar Boulevard

New Town Gwadar Location

  • Jinnah Avenue and Padizar Blouelvard are in the heart of Gwadar.
  • Raod Airport is only a 2-minute drive away.
  • Marine Drive is about a 1-minute drive away.
  • GDA Hospital Gwadar is about a 3-minute drive away.
  • Gwadar Port & Free Zone Phase 1 is a 15-minute drive from the New Gwadar International Airport.
  • 8 minutes from Nadra Office, 5 minutes from Gwadar’s District and Sessions Court

3- FTBA Gwadar

Gwadar’s Finance Trade and Business Avenue is a commercial development. It is situated on the existing 220 foot wide Airport Road, set to become Gwadar’s economic centre and a 24-hour active road. FTBA has a lot of room for investment in commercial plots for multi-story structures that might be used for any form of business.

Important Characteristics

  • Located on Gwadar’s Main Airport Road
  • Located in front of the Free Zone Phase 2, Gwadar
  • 150, 100, 80, and 60 feet wide road network
  • B & R category according to the New Gwadar Master Plan
  • Space for Stock Exchange
  • Apartments Complex
  • Gwadar Civic Centre Grand Mosque
  • DIG office
  • Petrol Pump
  • Recycling Plant
  • Supermarket / Store


FTBA Gwadar Location

  • A 20-minute drive from New Gwadar International Airport
  • A 20-minute drive from Sangar Housing Project Gwadar
  • A 20-minute drive from Gwadar Port & Free Zone Phase 1
  • A 10-minute drive from New Town Monument Gwadar
  • A 35-minute drive from GIEDA
  • A 10-minute drive from GDA Hospital Gwadar

4-Sangar Gwadar

Sangar Housing Project was established in 1992 and is situated on one of the world’s most naturally beautiful hammerhead-shaped peninsulas. The Sangar housing project, launched on Koh e Batail (with a maximum height of 500 feet), appeals to residential and commercial options to Pakistan’s ambitious aspirants.

Important Characteristics

  • Gwadar’s PC Hotel is located on Koh e Batail.
  • One of the best locations in the Subcontinent
  • spanning 2500 acres
  • developed to meet the housing needs of the upcoming deep seaport.
  • Playgrounds in a Community Park
  • Shopping malls
  • Schools

Sangar Gwadar Location

  • Sangar Gwadar is located near Gwadar Hammerhead
  • a 5-minute drive from Gwadar Port & Free Zone Phase 1
  • 10-minute drive from Gwadar Marine Drive.
  • Gwadar Airport Road is a 20-minute drive away.
  • New Gwadar International Airport is 45 minutes away
  • GDA Hospital is 30 minutes away.


The government of Balochistan is building an industrial estate in Gwadar to meet the demand for industrial plots in the port city, which is expected to have significant industrial investment potential due to the establishment of a deep seaport and the construction of major highways connecting Gwadar to Karachi, Quetta, Iran, and Central Asian countries. A railway extension to Gwadar is also in the works.

Important Characteristics

  • 3000 Acers Area
  • 1, 2, 5 Acers Industrial Plots
  • Desalination Plant
  • 4 MV Grid Station
  • 250, 200, 80 feet Wide Road Network
  • 250,000 GLS RCC Water Tank
  • Special Economic Zone
  • Various Tax exemption

GIEDA Location

  • Front at Coastal Highway
  • 8-minute drive from N10 & M8 Intersection
  • 8-minute drive from New Gwadar International Airport
  • A 50-minute drive from Gwadar Port & Free Zone Phase 1
  • A 50-minute drive from Sangar Housing Project Gwadar
  • A 35-minute drive from New Town Monument Gwadar
  • A 30-minute drive from GDA Hospital Gwadar


Due to its diverse qualities, Gwadar city has grown in popularity among real estate investors. The city’s strategic, economic, and commercial importance attracts real estate investors worldwide who want a piece of Ali Baba’s treasure. Furthermore, people seeking to live out their “American Dream” will find this naturally beautiful and recreational city to be the best option. According to international standards, expert architects from Pakistan and China are working to make it “A Smart Port City”. The pace of the work is such that it will soon be referred to as Pakistani Dubai. Savvy investors have understood that many people will come to Gwadar in pursuit of housing schemes in Gwadar . Therefore they have begun making the best investments in Gwadar, Pakistan, particularly in the housing and industrial sectors, to make a profit in a short period. Likewise Taj Residencia, is an excellent project to invest in because it is one of the most popular and beneficial for information.

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