ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad, Pakistan has launched a tree-plantation drive aimed at increasing the city’s green cover.
The campaign was initiated after the CDA recovered land that had been unlawfully occupied by land grabbers in various locations of the city including the Kuri Area, F-7, F-10, F-11, E-12 sectors, C-12 sector, Sarai Kharboza along the Grand Trunk Road, and the Margalla Hills National Park.
The CDA Chairman, Noor ul Amin Mengal, directed the authority to take measures to prevent re-encroachment of the retrieved land and enhance the green spaces across the capital city.
CDA is also collaborating with citizens, particularly educational institutions, to maintain the natural beauty of the capital city, which was developed on the concept of a green city.
CDA aims to prevent re-encroachment of the retrieved land and increase the green spaces across the city through a comprehensive tree-plantation drive.