CREDAI to offer free homes to the families of Pulwama attack victims

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The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI), the apex body in Indian real estate, has announced its intentions to offer free homes to the families of the victims of the heinous Pulwama terrorist attacks.
These houses will be situated in the respective home cities or states of the martyrs. With the country still shocked in the aftermath of the horrific incident, CREDAI stated that it stands in complete solidarity with the entire nation and strongly condemns the unprovoked attack.
Jaxay Shah, president, CREDAI, said, “CREDAI is deeply shocked and saddened by the dreadful terrorist attacks in Pulwama. We offer our heartfelt condolences to the families of the brave martyrs. As a small and humble gesture of support and solidarity, CREDAI offers to provide free houses to the victims’ families in their respective cities and states. The entire nation stands with them during this extremely difficult phase.”

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