Bahria Enclave soon to provide night safari

Published: May 29, 2016
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Bahria Enclave in Islamabad will soon offer night safari tours, the first of its kind service in Pakistan.

According to the Bahria Town administration, a modern grand mosque has already been built. Many entertainment facilities are under construction, including a state-of-the-art cinema in addition to a zoo, it said. Thousands of people are already living and enjoying a luxurious lifestyle, the administration added.

Possession ahead of time: Bahria Town offers excellence, affordability

Bahria Town, the administration said, cooperated with the Capital Development Authority (CDA) by bearing the cost of building a road, linking the Bahria Enclave with the main road. A heavy amount of money was spent on decorating both sides of the road.

A detailed briefing was given by a CDA officer to the land secretariat sub-committee of the Senate Standing Committee.

According to para No14 of the minutes of sub-committee, the CDA officer told senators that Bahria Town has already laid 1.5-kilometre-long double road. This is a part of the 3.5km-long road, from Model Kurry Village that will link it with the main road. The road and the land are government property.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 29th, 2016.

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Reader Comments (4)

  • Last Man Alive
    May 29, 2016 - 10:55AM

    We thought we heard Bahria Town pledging to build a mass transit system in Karachi

    BUT

    then Night Safari is nevertheless more important than water and transport for

    Karachi, aren’t they ?Recommend

  • Ali S
    May 29, 2016 - 1:52PM

    It should be named Shameless Land Grabbers Safari.Recommend

  • Khan
    May 30, 2016 - 8:17AM

    Bahria enclave’s approach is not good, which is it’s biggest flaw. The 2-Lane road would get congested once it gets fully operational. Shops are being built right on the road. So if a car gets parked in front of a plaza, there is only one row left for cars to park. In contrast, Islamabad expressway is 5 lane road, which would become a signal free corridor. Further, there are not many greenbelts in enclave as compared to Rawalpindi bahria town. I wonder how come CDA approved their master plan. For me Enclave is a flop project, only meant for minting money out of people

    P.S
    I own a plot in bahria and plan to sell it once the market is able to return some profit. For more than a year now property value is fixedRecommend

  • Talha
    May 31, 2016 - 3:48AM

    @Khan:
    You’re absolutely right this Bahria Enclave is too far from main city its in between a village…
    Plots over there are too over priced as compared to phase 8 Rawalpindi…
    In my opinion phase 8 is a better locality than this enclave
    Bahria is trying its best to promote enclave by making cinemas and shopping mallsRecommend

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