Turk investment group and CM meeting held
Chitral Times Report
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has asked the
Turk investment consultants to explore investment opportunities in
the housing, infrastructure development and agriculture sectors of
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said that the provincial government was
offering attractive incentives in these sectors under the
public-private partnership concept in a bid to save the public
money and enhance the standard of work.
This he said while talking to a Turk Investment Group that held a
meeting with the Chief Minister at CM House today. The group showed
its interest for investment collaboration with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
government in housing, infrastructure development and food and
agriculture sectors. The meeting was also attended by Senator
Mohsin Aziz, secretaries of Local Government and Housing
departments and other concerned officers.
The group briefed the Chief Minister about its activities in Turkey
and Pakistan and offered investment in housing sector of Khyber
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak referred to Peshawar Model Town
project and told that the provincial government had invited
national and international mega city developers to invest in the
project on royalty basis only as such outsourcing concept would
save the government money on one hand and provide better housing
facilities to the people of the province on the other.
He said the KP government was also working on various other housing
and infrastructure projects and the Turk group may explore
investment opportunities in such projects. He asked the Turk
investors to also look into possibility for development of a modal
town at Jalozai for which 3000 kanals of land was available.