Computerised balloting for allotment in Bahria Town

KARACHI (PR): The fair and transparent computerized balloting for residential plots, commercial plots, Bahria Homes and Bahria Apartments in Bahria Town Karachi at the Bahria Town Karachi site itself. At the occasion Vice Chief Executive Bahria Town; Zain Malik, DCE Bahria Town Hamid Ilyas, senior Bahria Town officials, booking members and a number of dignitaries of Karachi were present.

After delivering lifestyle communities in Lahore, Rawalpindi & Islamabad where thousands of residents are enjoying world-class facilities and amenities, Bahria Town Karachi will a mark a new era of prosperity and development in Karachi.

The successful applicants in balloting were extremely excited and said they were very eager to start residing in Bahria Town Karachi. At the occasion a local businessman Babar Tanoli added that this exemplary project will provide employment to hundreds of thousands and support more than 55 allied industries. This project is what Karachi required in though times like these. A house wife Mrs. Lubna added that she is very excited to be part of Bahria Town family and cannot wait to start living here which is without doubt be the most futuristic lifestyle community of Pakistan. Bahria Town Karachi is being developed as Karachi’s first master-planned, gated community district of Karachi and one of the highlights of this project is that it will be a completely “safe city”. International consultants are designing the state-of-the-art security and rescue service systems and all the homes will be home fire & theft insured and the insurance company will completely compensate for the losses in case of “fire & theft”. Another highlight of the project is a 400 ft wide “Jinnah Avenue Blvd” inspired by Sheikh Zayed Road which will crisscross the entire community. Another marvel of this project will be Karachi’s largest mall; The Mall of Karachi.

Aptma welcomes induction of textile minister

KARACHI - OUR STAFF REPORTER - The All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Central Chairman has welcomed the induction of a federal minister for the Ministry of Textile Industry which was vacant and awaiting its head.

He endorsed the decision of the Prime Minister to bring in Abbas Khan Afridi on the office of the Federal Minister of Textile Industry.

Siddik while felicitating the induction of Afridi said that being an experienced Afridi had enjoyed various portfolios in the past and trustworthy in the political arena, and said that it was a wise decision of the present government for providing a chance to a liberal personality to look after the affairs of the Textile Ministry in the current scenario independently.

Yasin Siddik prayed for the success of the new minister and urged that the current situation calls upon the government to take concrete steps for the progress of the textile industry which can be a mainstream towards leading the economic development of the country. He was confident that the new minister possesses all the potential and capability to thrive out the industry at the roads of progress and lead Pakistan in a new era of prosperity.

He hoped that the core issues of the textile industry like shortages of energy and raw materials and trade imbalances, etc. would be addressed immediately which will provide a sound ground to the textile industry to maximise its manufacturing abilities and cope up its export targets by maximising the opportunity of GSP+ provided by the European Union.

Chairman APTMA assured of full cooperation of APTMA towards meeting the challenges and opportunity especially benefiting the country in the earning of much needed foreign exchange. He also hoped the new Minister would strive for the advancement of the textile industry so that it can play its positive role in the progress of Pakistan.