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The purpose of relocation was better future for their children and the city was the best option. Shiza not her real name , a middle-age woman now, was one of them. She took a one-room house on rent near Saidpur bus stop on Multan Road, a low-income neighbourhood housing mostly film studios, artists, and stage dancers. Shiza willingly jumped into the prostitution business to materialise her dreams. She spent days and nights in the business, developing contacts, and collecting money by entertaining her clients.
Now, she owns a six-marla double story house in Sabzazar neighbourhood. Her children enjoy the luxuries of life. They use latest mobile phones and iPads while taking rest in air-conditioned rooms. She has only a handful of clients, wealthy and influential though. During a meeting facilitated by a private source last week. Shiza shared her experiences and memories with The Nation. She said her first dream came true when after ten years of struggle she bought the house for her family amid skyrocketing property prices in the metropolis.
Some four years ago, she had bought the house for three million rupees where she has been living along with her three young children and husband. Millions of people are homeless in the city where the real estate rates surged dramatically during the last two decades.
The property boom also caused considerable hike in the rates of rented accommodations. Her friends Nazi and Sony not real names also live in their own homes in the posh areas of the metropolis nowadays. Nazi is living in Iqbal Town with her second husband after the death of her young daughter six years ago.
Her teenage daughter was found murdered packed in a sack from the federal capital where she had been employed as a sex worker. The autopsy report revealed the girl was gang raped repeatedly and brutally. The killers were arrested but released after the victim family had accepted blood money.