Famous Businessman Aneel Mussarat Announces Development Projects in Pakistan
- The British-Pakistani businessman announced to establish 9 states of the art hospitals in Pakistan.
- The hospitals will be funded through Mussarat’s charitable foundation based in the UK.
- He also decided to provide five million homes to the people of Pakistan.
The British-Pakistani businessman Aneel Mussarat has announced to establish 9 states of the art hospitals in Pakistan.
The first hospital has been inaugurated in Mianwali Prime Minister Imran Khan. The state of the art hospitals is aimed at treating the people of rural areas free of cost.
During the foundation-laying ceremony of a hospital in Mianwali’sNamal valley, Prime Minister Imran Khan invited the private sector to step forward in adopting the country’s major hospitals and join the government’s journey of bringing improvement in the health sector.
The premier said that this project will bring a significant change in the health sector through a public-private partnership.
The British-Pakistani businessman also decided to provide five million homes to the public. He has confirmed that he would not take any official position in the government nor have any plans to do business in Pakistan.
According to Mussarat, he is interested in Pakistan only because of its country of his origin and he wants to give something back, not get anything.
He further said that he want to bring10,000 new property developers into the market and take control away from a few people, adding that these property developers will enter the market to build 50 million homes.
He expressed that buyers will be able to get loans from Europe and banks will provide loans. He further said that he had informed PM Imran Khan about the changes needed in the banking laws to which he has agreed.
Mussarat has been accompanying Prime Minister Imran Khan even before he came to power. Mussarat also unveiled that he has acquired properties in Lahore and Mianwali and would build hospitals for free maternal care. These hospitals will be funded by through Mussarat’s charitable foundation based in the UK.