Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Thursday declared further incentives for the development of construction sector, saying that projects worth billions of rupees had been begun which would produce financial exercises worth billion and make countless new work and job openings and opportunities in the country. 


PM Imran Khan, while satisfying a significant interest of the development area, conceded one-year expansion in the date for the fixed expense system and furthermore broadened the date for releases of type of revenue by the speculators till June 30, 2021 and the one for purchasers till March 31, 2023.

He said this had been a major interest from the development business which was the reason they were given an additional year. The undertaking projects are presently enlistment add up to Rs116bn, Prime Minister Imran Khan said.


The PM described the measures as a New Year present for the development area, which was the way to counterbalance negative effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on the public economy. He additionally broadened the date for culmination of ventures by one year.


"We accept that the financial movement that this will produce just in Punjab will be comparable to Rs1,500bn and will bring about 250,000 positions. Comparable ventures have likewise been begun in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Karachi and Balochistan Province."


PM Imran Khan said the government also has taken initiative computerizing the land records in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore, which would be completed by August next year. He added that the government was also in the process to digitize all government lands and properties


During his address, Prime Minster said that he was extremely glad to declare that "projects worth more than  Pak Rs 186 billion have been enlisted with the FBR (Federal Board of Revenue) under the motivators we had given for construction and development sector in April this year".


For more, Keep connected and updated with