Sindh Launches Massive Housing Initiative for Flood Victims

Karachi, In a major step towards recovery and rehabilitation, the Sindh government, led by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, has begun the construction of 2.1 million houses for flood-affected residents, with a budget allocation of Rs 650 billion.

According to Zameen.Com, during the inauguration ceremony in Naya Nazimabad, CM Shah highlighted the substantial financial commitment of Rs 550 billion already secured to support this significant housing project. He underscored the government's dedication to fulfilling the housing needs of those devastated by recent floods. The Chief Minister also praised the Naya Nazimabad project for its role in urban regeneration and boosting economic growth in the region.

The event also marked the inauguration of several complementary facilities within Naya Nazimabad, including a new 60-room hotel, educational advancements through Habib University scholarships, and the launch of the Gymkhana, a new flyover, and the Jamia Masjid, which are expected to enhance community infrastructure and services significantly.