ICT administration taking strict action against encroachments, hoarding: DC

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The Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad Irfan Nawaz Memon on Saturday held an open court ‘Khuli Kutcheri’ at Union Council Bharakahu under open door policy to resolve public problems on priority.

The DC listened to the queries and complaints of the locals and gave directions to the concerned officer/department for immediate redressal.

A large number of people attended the meeting and lodged their complaints regarding different problems including issuance of domicile, fard, registry, land transfer cases and other revenue matters.Talking to media persons, the DC said that the open courts were being conducted at far flung areas of Islamabad after many years to provide relief to the masses. The purpose for holding such meetings was to resolve citizens’ grievances at the earliest and ensure speedy justice, he added.

He said the ICT administration was taking strict actions against encroachments, profiteering and hoarding to provide relief to the masses.

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