ISLAMABAD: The Chairman of Capital Development Authority, Capt (r) Muhammad Usman Younis, presided over an anti-encroachment meeting at CDA headquarters.
According to the sources, Members of the Planning, Environment, and Estate Departments, Deputy Commissioner ICT, and other officials agreed on the orders of an extensive survey of the capital territory.
This survey will reveal the types of encroachments as well as illegal structures that have been built in all the sectors of the capital.
Sources confirmed that a coordinated operation to remove these encroachments from the city will be carried out on the basis of this survey.
Additionally, the Chairman CDA instructed Member Environment to immediately begin planting trees on the reclaimed land in order to improve the aesthetics of the capital.
The chairman also ordered weekly progress meetings to be convened in order to assess the anti-encroachment and plantation drive’s progress.
Earlier, the Enforcement Department of CDA also conducted operations in various areas of Islamabad to retrieve the encroached government land.
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