Sindh Cabinet Approves Construction of Homes For Nullah Affected People
The Sindh Cabinet has recently given the green light to a significant housing project aimed at rehabilitating the affectees of the nullahs. The Sindh Cabinet approves construction of homes for Nullah affected people. This ambitious initiative involves the construction of 6,500 houses spread over 248 acres of land, with an estimated cost of PKR 9.42 billion. The decision was made during a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah. Reflecting the government’s commitment to address the needs of those displaced by natural calamities and encroachment removal.
The Chief Minister emphasized the special measures taken by the government to combat poverty and cater to the requirements of the affected population. Recognizing the challenges faced by flood victims and people displaced due to encroachment removal, the government aims to alleviate their suffering and ensure a brighter future for them.
The Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) and the Sindh Housing Authority (SHA) have been assigned the responsibility of implementing this project. The SBCA will oversee the construction of the houses, while the SHA will ensure the provision of essential amenities such as water, sewerage, and electricity.
The housing project will be execute in three distinct phases. The first and second phases will involve the construction of 2,500 houses each, while the third and final phase will comprise the construction of 1,500 houses. This phase approach will allow for efficient resource allocation and timely completion of the project. It is expected that all construction activities will be finalized within a span of two years.
Who will be Beneficiary?
The impact of this housing initiative cannot be overstate. By providing 6,500 houses to the affected population. The project will offer much-needed relief to those who have been displace by the nullahs. Moreover, it will substantially improve the living conditions of the people, promoting socioeconomic stability in the region.
Development Initiatives in the Areas
Beyond immediate relief, the construction of these houses will contribute to the long-term development of the area. Access to adequate housing is a fundamental human right, and by fulfilling this right. The government is empowering the affected population and fostering a sense of belonging. Stable housing encourages community cohesion, enhances educational opportunities, and supports economic growth.
The Sindh government’s commitment to addressing the challenges faced by the affected population is commendable. Through this housing project, they are offering a beacon of hope to those in need. And laying the foundation for a brighter and more prosperous future. The construction of houses will not only alleviate the immediate suffering of the affectees. But also provide them with the necessary tools to rebuild their lives and contribute positively to society.