Salman Iqbal says ARY Laguna will be the biggest and unique project of Pakistan


KARACHI: The cornerstone of state-of-the-art housing scheme ARY Laguna has been laid in Quaid-e-Azam city, ARY Network President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Salman Iqbal said. It will be a big and unique project, thanks to the unique facilities, a new downtown will be built in Karachi.

A ground breaking ceremony of ARY Laguna was held in Karachi. Addressing the participants, ARY Network President and CEO Salman Iqbal said, “ARY Laguna is being built on a 22-acre artificial beach. We are working abroad for this project.” Importing high quality sand from

He said that this is the first project of South Asia and the largest and unique project of Pakistan. In countries like India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, such a project has not been started yet which is going to be done in our country.

Salman Iqbal said that the people of Laguna will not face any problem of water as we are getting technology that will convert seawater into chlorine water while it can also be used for bathing with water.

KARACHI: Salman Iqbal CEO ARY Group & Chairman ARY Laguna addressing the Platinum Agents & distinguished guests at the Ground Breaking Ceremony of ARY Laguna DHA City Karachi on Wednesday. (Nation pictures)

The President and CEO and ARY Network said that after the opening of the Malir Expressway, it would be possible to reach Laguna in a 25-minute drive.

Salman Iqbal said that Pakistan has never lagged behind in terms of construction work, we have built roads and buildings but we have not done any work in the field of construction that will make Pakistan famous all over the world, ARY Laguna D HA City was one of our dreams which started to come true while building a new downtown of Karachi is another big dream.

“Investors’ money will be kept in the escrow accounts of four banks, offices have been set up in 21 countries for investors and two well-known UAE sellers are in our team,” he assured. ۔

Salman Iqbal said, “Our aim is to take Pakistan to the world through this project so that people can give examples of construction in Pakistan. We pray to God to fulfill the promises we made to the people.” Encourage and give courage to do.

Talking about the remaining matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) on the occasion, Karachi Kings owner Salman Iqbal said, “Our team has reached the semi-finals. On November 14, Karachi Kings will face Multan Sultans. Inshallah we will be victorious and we will reach the final.