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Prime Minister's Secretariat (Pakistan)

Prime Minister Secretariat
Pakistan Prime Minister's Secretariat, Islamabad
The Secretariat's front entrance
General information
Architectural style Neoclassical, Palladian, Eastern
Location 44000 Constitution Avenue,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Current tenants Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan and the First Family
Construction started 1963
Completed 1970
Cost $3.6 million
Design and construction
Architect Capital Development Authority
Engineer CDA Engineering
Prime Minister's secretariat in Islamabad

The Prime Minister Secretariat is the official residence and principle workplace of the Prime Minister of Pakistan located in 44000 Constitution Avenue, Islamabad, Pakistan.[1] Since 1973, it has been an official residence of every Prime Minister of Pakistan.

The secretariat was designed by the Capital Development Authority (CDA).[2][3]


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