Islamabad citizens fined Rs100,000 for littering in public

This move follows the clean and green campaign


​ Our Correspondent September 01, 2019
PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) on Saturday charged several citizens with fines worth Rs100,000 for littering in public places following its clean and green campaign.

The drive was jointly carried out by assistant commissioners, Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation (IMC) and Capital Development Authority (CDA) staff.

During the activity, the IMC environment wing also removed the wild growth and vegetation in F-9 Park, which was on the right of way of Muree Road and Malpur-Korang Bridge. Moreover, grass cutting from the median strip of Jinnah Avenue (West) was underway, a press release said.

Labour and machinery have also been deputed on Perveen Shakir Road, Faisal Avenue and other roads of the city.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 1st, 2019.

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