ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday approved the establishment of the Construction and Infrastructure Board which would play a vital role in addressing the issues currently faced by the stakeholders.
The premier also directed secretary planning to form a construction development policy to aid all the stakeholders including contractors, clients and consultants.
A delegation of Construction Association of Pakistan, headed by Eng Arshad Dad Khan, called on the prime minister at the PM Office.
According to a press release by PM Office Media Wing, the meeting was also attended by the Minister for Planning Asad Umar.
The premier remarked that the present government is focusing on using technology and digitisation to minimise human interface, eliminate corruption and ensure transparency in all business activities.
The delegation included Asad Ullah Khan, Eng Kamal Nasir, Ayub Sheikh, Eng Attah Ullah Khan, Aftab Siddiqui, Ch Habib Kanwal, Yaqoob Izhar and Ikram Ch.
The delegation appreciated the vision of the prime minister to improve construction sector and lauded the government’s policy to meet the existing demand for low-cost housing in the country.
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