Sindh To Introduce An Ordinance To Legalize Residential Projects
Karachi: The Sindh government is to introduce an ordinance soon to regularize all residential projects whose construction took place with some kind of structural or design irregularities to save the people from being homeless.
According to the news sources, the assurance to this effect was given by Karachi’s Administrator Murtaza Wahab, who held negotiations on behalf of the Sindh government with a delegation of the Association of Builders and Developers of Pakistan (ABAD).
After holding the successful talks, the ABAD announced to put off their intentional protest march from its office till Sindh Chief Minister House in Karachi to save the residential buildings with some irregularities, especially those in the provincial capital, from getting razed or demolished.
The move came as a protest against uncertainty over the future of the housing schemes. The announcement was made by the Chairman of ABAD, Mohsin Sheikhani
Mohsin shikhani earlier announced to hold the protest march after the demolition of a 15-storied residential project, Nasla Tower, on the directives of the Supreme Court after the eviction of its residents. The iconic Nasla Tower is being demolished as it encroaches upon the nearby service road next to the busiest thoroughfare of the city.