Operation against illegal encroachments underway in capital

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City Reporter

On the direction of the Capital Development Authority administration, the Enforcement Department on Wednesday with the help of the district administration and Islamabad police conducted illegal encroachments in different areas of Islamabad and Anti-construction operations were carried out at various places in which illegal buildings, houses and other illegal structures were demolished.

According to the details, the operations were launched from IJP Road area of Islamabad in which heavy machinery was used to demolish the walls of an illegal car parking on the green belt connected to Mandi turn and illegal parking of vehicles.

The land was rendered useless by digging deep pits and hand over the land to the Environment Department of CDA so that tree planting could be started on the vacated land.

In addition, 35 illegal houses along the rain drain behind CTTI College opposite IJP Road were demolished with the help of heavy machinery, so as not to create any untoward situation in view of the flood situation in the recent monsoon rains citizens Don’t face any unpleasant event

Four illegally established cattle pens near a traffic sign on IJP Road in the same area of Islamabad were demolished and the land handed over to the Environment Department so that trees could be planted there as well.

Later, an illegal guard room, a drop-down barrier outside a residential house in Sector F-6/3, Street number 11, Islamabad was also demolished and the seized goods by the CDA and deposited in the store.

In addition, two illegal ordinary hotel constructed in Sector G-9 and Sector G-10 of Islamabad were also demolished.

It should be noted that for the last several months, the CDA in the Federal Capital has been engaged in continuous operations against illegal encroachments and constructions, which have resulted in the relinquishment of billions of rupees of government land.

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