ProPropertyNewsPhase-wise Construction and Repair Works Planned for Islamabad Markets

Phase-wise Construction and Repair Works Planned for Islamabad Markets

ISLAMABAD: President of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce, Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, led a meeting with the presidents of various markets in Islamabad to discuss the ongoing construction works by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) in these markets.

The meeting saw the participation of presidents from all the markets in Islamabad. Several markets were selected for construction and repair works in the initial phase, including G-9, Abpara Market, G-11, F-10, F-11, F-6, and Melody Market.

Additionally, five focal persons were appointed to coordinate with the CDA regarding the construction works, including President Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, Chairman of the Founder Group Khalid Iqbal Malik, Former President Ijaz Abbasi, President of Anjuman Tajran Ajmal Baloch, and Khalid Chaudhry.

Bakhtawari expressed gratitude to Chairman CDA Captain Noor Ul Amin Mengal on behalf of the entire business community of Islamabad.

He acknowledged that Chairman CDA has addressed their longstanding issue regarding construction works in the markets.

In addition, he also emphasized the need for phased implementation and urged the presidents and officials of all the markets to cooperate with the Chamber and CDA in resolving this problem.

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The markets have been neglected for a considerable period, resulting in deteriorating conditions, including inadequate irrigation, lack of proper roads, and cleanliness issues.

Bakhtawari expressed hope that with the CDA’s initiative, these problems would be overcome soon.

Chairman of the Founder Group, Khalid Iqbal Malik, highlighted the significance of making Islamabad an exemplary city in terms of cleanliness, considering it the capital and pride of the nation.

He called upon the business community to extend full support in resolving the market-related issues and contribute to the city’s development.

Furthermore, the President of All Pakistan Anjuman Tajran, Ajmal Baloch, expressed gratitude to the President of Islamabad Chamber and Chairman CDA for addressing the long-standing problem.

He specifically mentioned the challenges faced by the oldest market in Islamabad, Abpara, and stressed the importance of unity within the business community to find solutions to their problems.

Source: Islamabad Post


  1. Kindly also take action about presence of blacksmiths in residential areas…. creating lot of noise pollution and breaking the pedestrian foot paths

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