A number of residential developments in the area have attracted the attention of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s provisional administration.
It indicates that particular residential projects mislead customers into purchasing even though the absence of an invalid object certificate (NOC). It was made public by Dawn.
The provincial information minister, Feroze Jamal Shah Kakakhel, told reporters that Citi Housing & Bahria Town in Peshawar are marketing forms while having no the necessary authorization to do so.
He advised people to invest their money only in home advances that have the appropriate permits.
There have previously been some shutdowns of such organizations’ offices, but there will be many more. Residential societies lacking NOCs are also the focus of an investigation.
Investors are encouraged yet not at the cost of the wealth of others, said Kakakhel firmly. Purchasing forms from unauthorized projects was completely dissatisfying based on him.
The minister additionally stated that actions had been made to prevent people from keeping supplies. 90,000 liters of oils for cooking and 8,000 bags of wheat were recently recovered by these hoarders in related efforts.
Referring of money, Kakakhel stated that the province administration could only pay each department if they received financial matters. After having obtained Rs. 1.5 trillion by the federal government since 2016, and they remain on the waiting list for about Rs. 262 billion.
A new task group has been formed to assist with many challenges. The team, which is under the command of the home secretary, will focus on financial trafficking and the theft of gold, sugar, and electricity.
Elections would soon be taken part as the Election Commission determines the timetable, Kakakhel remarked. According to current population counts, electoral areas are currently being updated.