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Islamabad The Beautiful

Islamabad is beautiful. It is a region-wide symbol of progress, innovation and architectural marvel.

Settlement in Islamabad, the new capital after Karachi, began in the 1960s. As the city was newly founded, the growth of the population was slow. Being the seat of the Government of Pakistan, initially government servants and employees of the federal administration settled here. Since then, there has been a steady growth in the population of the city, which has swelled to somewhere in excess of a million inhabitants. The reason: at the moment, the capital city is the fastest growing urban settlement in the country. There is an increased interest in the city from The President and The Prime Minister, as well as a renewed drive from foreign investors to invest in the city. This has caused a growth in the economy, produced employment at all levels and ensured development. Owing to all these factors, Islamabad is now becoming a lively and bustling metropolis, full of vibrancy.| Read more

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CDA’s anti-encroachment campaign continues

Islamabad, November 8, 2014: Special team of Enforcement Directorate of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has demolished a house constructed illegally in the Katchi Abadi of Sector H-9 on Saturday. The action was taken in the aftermath of complaints regarding illegal constructions in Katchi Abadi of Sector H-9. On the direction of Member Administration and Estate, Amer Ali Ahmed, Deputy Director General, Enforcement ordered the special team to take prompt action against the illegal construction activities and demolished the house. A man named Amir resisted the action against the encroachment, who was apprehended and handed over to Islamabad Police Sector I-9, under the charges of interference in the government affairs.

Teams of Enforcement Directorate has also demolished a room adjacent to a government house in front of Bhatti Market of Sector G-10. Similarly, an illegal house constructed in Dhok Jillani of Bhara Khu was demolished. While in connection with the operation against the encroachments, a boundary wall and a house were bulldozed by teams of Enforcement Directorate in Bari Imam area.

Member Administration and Estate, Amer Ali Ahmed has directed the Enforcement Directorate to continue its operation against the illegal constructions and encroachments in the Federal Capital without fear or favour. He said that in line with the directions of Chairman CDA, Maroof Afzal, anti-encroachment policy will be implemented in letter and spirit, adding that in its first phase, all the confiscated material would be auctioned in a transparent manner. While advertisement for open auction of confiscated material has already been published in the print media, Amer Ali Ahmed said. He said that under the anti-encroachment plan and auction of confiscated material would also discourage the encroachers.   

Member Administration and Estate, Amer Ali Ahmed said that in line with the direction of Chairman CDA, Maroof Afzal, the Enforcement Wing would ensure effective monitoring of areas in the city where the encroachments are being removed so that these encroachments could not cropped up again. Similarly, the performance of Enforcement Directorate staff would also be monitored in order to improve it further. Chairman CDA has also directed the concerned formations of the authority to attend the public complaints about the encroachments in a systematic manner and compile progress reports for information of the public so that the public could also play the due role in keeping Islamabad in neat and tidy condition. | Read more

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BCS operation against Non Conforming use of residential units

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5-day training course on “Conflict Management in Contract”

Sunday, November 02, 2014
CDA to facilitate procession during Muharram

Thursday, November 06, 2014
Operation against encroachment in different areas of Islamabad

Saturday, November 08, 2014
CDA’s anti-encroachment campaign continues
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