ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Malaysia Relief Agency (MRA) which had earlier sent three relief teams for the flood victims to Pakistan, was planning to build 1,000 low cost housing units costing Rs 83.4 million in various flood-hit areas to provide shelters to the homeless flood victims. This was stated by Dato Dr Abdul Razak Bin Kechik, President of MRA, during the launching of a two-day charity bazaar held in a high-end shopping complex, in Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday, says a press release issued here on Monday. President of MRA said that holding of charity bazaar in an affluent quarter of the town was aimed at raising funds to finance the construction of houses and to provide water hand pumps in Pakistan. Dr Abdul Razak said that MRA already started construction of 100 housing units in Charsadda and D I Khan areas, whereas other 900 housing units would be constructed after receiving of adequate funds through donations. He hoped that during the two-day charity event, the MRA would be able to collect Rs 2.7 million, whereas others efforts to collect the funds were also underway. The Malaysia Relief Agency teams who visited Pakistan earlier provided medical assistance, food items and clean drinking water to the flood victims. During the inaugural session, Al-Khalifah Foundation of Malaysia presented a mock cheque of Rs 1.39 million to the MRA. The Acting High Commissioner for Pakistan in Malaysia, Dr Imtiaz A Qazi was also present on the occasion. While addressing the inaugural session, the Imtiaz Qazi thanked and appreciated the MRA for its untiring efforts in raising funds for flood victims in Pakistan. With more than 30 stalls of jewellery, clothing, carpets, rugs, medicines and food, mostly of Pakistani origin and the charity bazzar attracted large numbers of Malaysian and Pakistani expatriates.