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The chief minister directed SBBHC to fix a date for balloting so that shelter-less people could construct their houses on their plots.
The chief minister was told that the SBBHC has a 50-acre land in Deh Nagan, Karachi where a low-cost housing scheme could be established.
The chief minister directed finance department to release Rs2.6 million out of SBBHC Fund maintained by Fund Management House.
He said that the SBBHC could not start work on remaining 3000 houses due to non-release of funds of Rs1.5 billion.
The meeting was attended by Special Assistant to the Sindh CM Nawab Wassan, Secretary Finance Najam Shaikh, Chairman SBBHC Baqaullah Unar and other concerned officers.
Nawab Wassan while briefing the chief minister said that SBBHC has developed 1647 plots of 100 square yards each one, over an area of 81 acres in Deh Lukman of Khairpur district and would be given to poor families free of cost as approved by the chief minister.
The CM Sindh directed the SBBHC to fix a date for balloting so that shelter less people could construct their houses on their plots.
The chief minister directed the SBBHC to invite applications for launching low cost housing schemes on public private partnership basis.
The chief minister issued this directive while presiding over a SBBHC meeting here on Friday at CM House.
The meeting was attended by special assistant to CM Nawab Wassan, Finance Secretary Najam Shaikh, SBBHC chairman Baqaullah Unnar and other officers.
Nawab Wassan briefing the chief minister said that the SBBHC had developed 1,647 plots of 100-square yards each over an area of 81 acres in deh Lukman of Khairpur and these plots would be given to poor families for free.
Chairman SBBHC further informed that it was decided that out of remaining 213 flats, BHC should retain 83 flats, while the possession of 130 flats be handed over to SGA&CD.
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