ISLAMABAD: National Assembly Standing Committee on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development (OP&HRD) Monday directed Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) to gear up development work at OPF Valley Zone-V, Islamabad and other ongoing housing projects to hand
over physical possession of plots to the allotees in shortest possible time.
The meeting was held here at OPF head office and chaired by Mir Amir Ali Khan Magsi and attended by all members of the committee, Federal Minister for OP&HRD, Pir Syed Saddaruddin Shah Rashdi, Federal Secretary Sikandar Ismail, Managing Director OPF, Habib Ur Rehman Khan and senior officers of the ministry, Frontier Works Organization (FWO) and OPF.
The meeting reviewed the progress report regarding OPF housing projects especially the matters pertaining to OPF Valley Zone-V, Islamabad.
Managing Director OPF and representative of FWO briefed the committee about development works going on at OPF
Valley Zone-V and informed the participants of the meeting that major portion of development work has been completed.
The representative of FWO assured the committee that as soon revised drainage plan has been handed over to FWO, the
development work would be completed within next four months.
The meeting was apprised that effective measures had been taken to expedite development work and timely completion of the project.
The participants of the meeting expressed their reservations over delay in completion of development work at OPF Valley Zone-V and directed the authorities concerned to take all measures for early completion of the project.
The next meeting of the committee would be held at the site of OPF Valley Zone-V to examine progress of the development work.
Earlier, the participants of the meeting offered prayer for Peshawar incident martyres.
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