Karachi: According to news reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan extended the lease of Pakistan Quarters for another 54 years after it had expired for 26 years. The lease on Pakistan Quarters ended in 1995, and the residents have been threatened with eviction ever since.

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The federal government paid Sindh’s government PKR 413 million for the lease extension, and the Revenue Department then released the extension documents. According to a member of the legislature, the government intends to construct a housing program for residents of Pakistan Quarters.
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Governor Sindh Imran Ismail had previously promised to address the problems of Pakistan Quarter residents who were facing expulsion from the Sindh government due to lease expiration. The governor also assured the group that the government will provide them with better options.

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