No marriage halls, commercial buildings to be allowed on busy roads: DC


Deputy commissioner Amir Khatak said on Monday that a new policy governing construction of marriage halls, plazas would be devised to avoid inconvenience to the people. Presiding over a high level design committee meeting here, Khatak expressed reservations over the map plans of commercial buildings placed before the committee for approval and warned that no case would be approved without having provision of parking space and setback i.e maintaining suitable distance of the building from road.

He expressed concerns that marriage halls operating along the busy roads were causing a great deal of annoyance for the people.—APP

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