ISLAMABAD (TNS) : The ongoing cold war between the Federal Development Agency (CDA) and the Cordilleras has revealed a sharp decline in the sale and purchase of second-hand cars.

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ISLAMABAD () The ongoing cold war between the Federal Development Agency (CDA) and the Cordilleras has revealed a sharp decline in the sale and purchase of second-hand cars. The workers associated with this sector are likely to be unemployed on a large scale. There is a possibility that around 500 showrooms will be locked. As a result of the unannounced operation, 8 valuable vehicles fell from the lifter and were damaged. CDA is not ready to redress the loss, the victims are likely to approach the court. According to the details, there are 500 showrooms selling and buying second hand cars in different sectors of Islamabad. According to sources, the majority of these showrooms are registered and pay crores of rupees tax to the government in the form of annual fees. However, CDA officers want to take their share due to severe loss in business, Cardelers are not ready to contribute, due to which CDA crackdown continues against cars parked outside the showroom, lack of law enforcement and caste grudges. It’s more. Along with this, the Car Dealers Union is also completely inactive, it seems as if it has no interest. Overall, the work of buying and selling old cars is running at a loss. It is necessary that the Chairman CDA takes notice and SOPs are fixed to improve the broken business.