Mohsin Naqvi Lays Foundation Stone For Housing Project For Police Martyrs’ Families

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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Interior Mohsin Naqvi on Monday laid the foundation stone of the Mubeen Cottages Project, dedicated to the families of Islamabad Police martyrs. This initiative aims to resolve the long-standing accommodation issue for the families of 64 police martyrs after 43 years.

The project involves the construction of 5-marla houses in Chak Segu Rawalpindi’s NPF Sego Farms for the families of these martyrs. Minister Naqvi personally distributed allotment letters of plots to the families, providing comfort and reassurance. He emphasised that it is the government’s responsibility to care for the families of martyrs, stating that this initiative is not a favor but a rightful provision.

“This work cannot repay even a single drop of the blood of martyrs,” said Naqvi. During the ceremony, IG Islamabad Ali Nasir Rizvi briefed the minister and other guests, including the MD National Police Foundation, Chairman CDA, and Chief Commissioner Islamabad, about the project. Families of RPO Rawalpindi and Shahada Police were also present.

 

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