Overseas Pakistani’s house vacated from illegal occupants

Lahore: An overseas Pakistani’s house worth Rs20 million has been vacated from illegal occupants by the Overseas Pakistanis Commission (OPC), it was learnt on Friday.

According to details, Haji Muhammad Rafique, an overseas Pakistani living in Switzerland, had complained to the OPC that he has rented out his house in Pakistan which has now been illegally occupied by the tenants.

However, the OPC took action on the complaint and handed over the possession of the house to the original owner.

In this regard, Vice Chairperson OPC Punjab Makhdoom Syed Tariq Mahmood Al Hassan informed that the matter was taken very seriously. “The Prime Minister and Punjab Chief Minister are looking after the affairs of the overseas Pakistanis and the government will never leave the overseas Pakistanis alone. We are doing our best to restore the confidence of the overseas Pakistanis,” he said.

Shahab Omer
The writer is a member of the staff and can be reached on [email protected]

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