Showrooms sealed, cars impounded

Several buildings including Aquatic Hall, Ever Stone Building, MD Dozer building were sealed

Our Correspondent May 21, 2019
People watch as CDA and ICTA officials demolish illegally constructed ramps outside a showroom in Sector G-9. PHOTO: EXPRESS

ISLAMABAD: Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) are conducting anti-encroachment operations all over the city. During these operations, several illegal constructions were razed, illegally under-construction plazas and 10 car showrooms were sealed while seven vehicles parked in public parking were also confiscated and were subsequently shifted to relevant police station.

These operations are being participated by the staff of Enforcement Directorate, ICTA, Islamabad police and other concerned formations of authority.

In connection with on-going anti-encroachment drive, an operation was conducted at Cross Islamabad Expressway against multi storied plazas.

During this operation, several buildings including Aquatic Hall, Ever Stone Building, MD Dozer building, two halls and a site of tiles warehouse, a container and a marquee were sealed.

During this operation, glasses of an under construction plaza, two internal walls of an under construction plaza, while shuttering and fence of anther plaza were demolished. Similarly, construction being carried out by Albari Group on a project which was earlier sealed by the authority was also demolished.

During another action carried out at Sector G-9 Karachi Company, car showrooms and other premises located in Bawal Plaza and Laraib Plaza were also sealed. The premises which were sealed include Raja Motors, London Estate, Rana Trading, Japan Motors and Driving School, Rahbar Property Centre, Saif Motors, Waqas Motors, Alharam Stamp Papers, Khurram Tailors and Fashion Tailors. During this operation, cars parked in the public parking of the Markaz by the showroom owners was also confiscated and shifted to Karachi Company police station while six illegally constructed ramps in front of different showrooms were also demolished. 

Published in The Express Tribune, May 21st, 2019. 


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