The Departmental Accounts Committee (DAC) of the Federal Government Employees Housing Body (FGEHA) has made an important announcement. The authority has decided to end the quota system in the allocation of plots to particular categories.

FGEHA representatives informed the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) about this. The PAC was investigating FGEHA’s audit report for the fiscal year 2018-19, as well as a report on its new sectors F-14, F-15, and G-13 towers.

Furthermore, quotas for journalists, physicians, attorneys, and other professionals have all been eliminated. The members approved the proposal to end quota-based plot distribution of PAC.

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The chairman of the PAC requested that the housing secretary develop a transparent criterion limiting federal government employees to one plot apiece.