Federal Cabinet on Tuesday endorsed development of 1,35,000 lofts under Naya Pakistan Housing Authority the nation over.
Tending to a question and answer session in Islamabad after administrative bureau meeting, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry said that the bureau affirmed the foundation of Naya Pakistan Housing Authority, including that 25,000 lofts will be worked in Islamabad for government representatives and Prime Minister Imran Khan will initiate the plan on April 17.
The gathering directed by Prime Minister Imran Khan told that the Pakistan Television (PTV) Managing Director will be designated till Monday.
The gathering additionally informed that there would be an uplifting news from Saudi Arabia before the heavenly month of Ramazan.
He said that 110,000 lofts will be built in Balochistan, where anglers of Gwadar can get living arrangement also.
Chaudhry proceeded to state that the executive likewise coordinated crackdown against enormous fish engaged with burglary of power and gas, including that pilferage of power worth forty billion rupees has been avoided because of successful measures. He said bodies of evidence have enlisted against those engaged with gas and power robbery. Gas worth three billion rupees was stolen in most recent three years. He said 43 percent gas is being stolen, he said including 93 percent of gas in Karak area and 41 percent in Balochistan went unaccounted for.
The priest said that a train station is being set up at Nankana Sahib after the name of Baba Guru Nanak. He said the bureau endorsed guiding all the administration offices to utilize Pakistan Post for authority correspondence.
“The bureau additionally gestured foundation of Media University with its central command in Islamabad,” he said and included media innovation, advanced media, cinematography, and other current media procedures will be educated at the new best in class college.
Fawad stated: “The media college will be built up in the wake of blending three institutes specifically PTV, Information Academy, and Pakistan Broadcasting Academy.”