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September 18, 2016

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Japanese CG all praise for Bahria Town Karachi

KARACHI: The Consul General of Japan in Karachi, Toshikazu Isomura, on Sunday said that another mega Karachi will be established on the Super Highway in the shape of Bahria Town.

After visiting the Super Highway Bahria Town and Clifton Bahria Icon Tower, Isomura said that Japanese investors should make investments in Pakistan.

The consul general of Japan visited the 62-storey Bahria Icon Tower in Clifton and was also briefed about its construction goals.

When Isomura reached the Super Highway Bahria Town, he was warmly welcomed by a team of Bahria Town. The Bahria Town Chief Operating Officer Ahmad Hayat welcomed the consul general and gave him a briefing on the Bahria Town Karachi project.

Isomura also visited various facilities of Bahria Town. He was also shown Quaid Villas – a block of Quaid Villas is already inhabited by families. Isomura also visited the golf course, which is in its last stage of development. He was also shown a road modeled on the Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai.

The consul general of Japan was also shown the construction of the third biggest mosque of the world on the same road. This mosque can accommodate 800,000 people. Isomura also inspected an international level stadium being constructed in the Bahria Town. He was also shown the theme park and day and night safari.

Bahria Town GM Services Masroor Ahmed Khan briefed the consul general about different plans of development. Isomura was informed that 490 km roads have been developed in Bahria Town collectively.

While talking on this occasion, the consul general of Japan praised the accelerated pace of development of this project and claimed that it meets the international standards. He said the quality of work in Bahria Town made him feel that he was in some part of Japan.

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