In continuation with ongoing anti-encroachment drive, Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) conducted a massive operation and demolished several constructions and encroachments from Service Road of sector F-11/1 and F-11/2, the authority said in a statement issued on Monday.
During this operation, around 50 kanals of state land was retrieved from illegal occupants by teams of CDA and ICTA. During the operation, Enforcement Directorate of the CDA demolished six illegal block factories, 18 offices, eight building material depots, three cabins, four chapper hotels and four containers established illegally in Sector F-12.
Similarly, during another operation conducted at Street 20, Sector F-8/2, a wall, shed and entrance gate illegally constructed on land of a local park were demolished.
Meanwhile in the Malpur area, city managers demolished seven cattle shed, 15 rooms, eight boundary walls and several other encroachment established illegally on state land.
CDA and ICTA are demolishing encroachment without any fear or favour all over the city, said an official statement.
Massive illegal constructions, movable and immovable encroachments on state land are being targeted while special vigilance is being ensured in the areas which have been cleared from encroachers.
Moreover, special measures have been taken so that new constructions and encroachments on state land.
Published in The Express Tribune, June 19th, 2019.
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