The government of Pakistan plans to launch speed courts to solve the land grabbing problems that expatriates face on a priority basis.
The announcement was made by Zulfi Bukhari, the Special Assistant to the Pakistani Prime Minister and Development of Human Resources, during his visit to the UAE.
Fast Track Courts For Expats To Resolve Land Grabbing Issues Is Setting Up Pakistan.
The Special Assistant visited the Emirates following the special instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan, who ordered the preparation of a special package for foreign Pakistanis, which is the backbone of the country’s economy.
To understand the problems of non-resident Pakistanis (PNR), Bukhari visited many workers in their homes and attended an event, along with Ambassador Moazzam Ahmed Khan, Senator Faisal Javed and important business leaders, organized by the Business Council of Pakistan (PBC). ) on Sunday in Dubai.
Land grabbing back home is one of the major issues facing the NRPs. We have received a huge number of complaints regarding this. We are working with the Law Ministry to set up special courts to handle these cases since there is no other alternative to address their complaints. Normal courts take years to decide such cases.
Resolving a case like this in just one month instead of years, as it currently does, offers a good initiative not only for expatriates but also for the country.
He spoke about his goal of doubling the UAE’s annual payments to $ 40 billion.Bujari added that they will launch credit cards and a digital remittance bank.
We are working on a project to introduce a digital remittance bank — the first of its kind in the country – to make it easier for NRPs to send money back home and get incentives.
He said that those who were sent through legal channels could buy land and houses in OPF housing projects.
They will enjoy top-notch health care facilities and college admissions for their children at home. The users of payment cards will get points for sending money home that they can use for different installations.
Bujari said that the full details of the special incentive package will be made public as soon as they are ready for implementation.
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