Officials directed to resolve Gulzar-e-Hijri Co-operative Housing Societies issues

KARACHI: Assistant to CM Sindh for Cooperation Department Sindh Abdul Jabbar Khan met the delegation of Gulzar-e-Hijri Co-operative Housing Societies Federation Ltd at his office on Wednesday.

The delegation was headed by Bilal M Akbar President Gulzar-e-Hijri Co-operative Housing Societies Federation Ltd, Secretary Syed Tahir Hassan, Members Usman G Khatri, Javaid Iqbal, Al Haj Rafi and Shehad Al Quresh. The representatives conveyed their problems, issues in KDA scheme-33, regarding poor sanitation, electricity, embezzlement in offices and land grabbers to the Assistant to CM.

They informed that KDA scheme-33 was established in 1971 by the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto as a commitment for providing shelter to poor class. It covers the area of about 26000 acres and considered the largest scheme of Asia.

Abdul Jabbar Khan took action on complains and directed the relevant officer to take all possible steps and solve their problems on priority basis. He added that with the help of law enforcement agencies and anti encroachment cell, they will start operation against the land grabbers to end the encroachments in all cooperative housing societies of Sindh.

He said that he would hold an open katchery at KDA Scheme-33 to listen and resolve the problems facing the residents and owners at their door step. Khan assured the delegation that their grievances would be resolved as early as possible and betterment will be seen in system in due course of time.

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