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December 6, 2019

Malik Riaz takes Bahria Town to Peshawar

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December 6, 2019

PESHAWAR: Bahria Town Peshawar’s Sales and Marketing Office was inaugurated in an auspicious event on Thursday.

Chairman Bahria Town Malik Riaz Hussain was the chief guest of the ceremony. Numerous social and business personalities, management of Bahria Town and residents of Peshawar were also present, says a statement.

While addressing, Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz Hussain said: “This project will play a significant role in the economic and industrial development of the country and will bring Peshawar at par with the other developed international cities, Bahria Town has designed a master planned community for Peshawar where all the world class amenities including latest medical and educational facilities, commercial areas, mosques, community centers, intricate infrastructure and road network, parks etc. will be made available in most affordable prices.”

Bahria Town Country Head Shahid Mahmood Qureshi called the project a “Game Changer” for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Bahria Town is Asia’s largest private real estate developer which has become synonymous to most advanced high quality life style provider is now ready to launch Bahria Town Peshawar after garnering humongous popularity in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Nawabshah.

For the people of Peshawar, Bahria Town Peshawar is a source of optimism that it will not only improve the quality of living standards of the city but will also provide support to the dwindling economic and social conditions by providing increased chances of employment and a boom to construction industry.

Bureau adds: Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz announced launching of Bahria Town project in Peshawar and pledged to complete the scheme at all costs.Malik Riaz said: “We will try our best to work better and ensure education and health facilities to the people in Peshawar.”

He said though working in Pakistan was a bit difficult, the city changes drastically after the Bahria Town makes entry there.

Malik Riaz said the Bahria Town project office had been opened in Peshawar. “When and where the project will be launched is a surprise. But let me assure you that we will complete it at all costs,” he added.

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