Chairman CDA Unwavering in Tackling Land and Timber MafiasISLAMABAD: Chairman CDA, Noorul Amin Mengal, has demonstrated unwavering determination in tackling the formidable challenges posed by land and timber mafias in Islamabad. Despite numerous obstacles, he has pressed on with an operation aimed at dismantling the nefarious activities of these criminal organizations. Under his guidance, a dedicated team led by Member State Afnan Alam, under the close supervision of DDG Enforcement Shah Jahan, DC Sardar Asif Tehsildar Mirza Saeed Akhtar, and their diligent staff, has been mandated to expedite the ongoing crackdown against the land mafia and timber mafia involved in illegal activities.
For a significant period, the land mafia has exploited acquired land illegally, and the timber mafia has recklessly cut down trees without concern for the environment. These unlawful activities have resulted in the mafia accumulating billions of rupees in profits. However, Chairman CDA’s resolute directives have shifted the balance of power, tipping it in favor of justice and the wellbeing of the city.
In light of Chairman CDA’s clear orders, the environment has also become a focal point of attention for the agency. Administrative improvements have been undertaken, and strict measures have been implemented against those who perpetrate forest damage within the city. This comprehensive approach highlights the Chairman’s commitment to building a better administrative and policy structure for Islamabad.
Recent successes in the operation have led to the retrieval of valuable land worth crores of rupees from the clutches of the land mafia. Determined not to rest on their laurels, the concerned officers of the agency have been directed to compile a comprehensive report detailing illegal encroachments across the city. This report will undoubtedly aid in expediting the necessary action against encroachers.
Member State Afnan Alam’s report to Chairman CDA has revealed the partial damage to forests covering an area of approximately 5000 square yards in the Shakarpadiyan region. In response, Chairman CDA has called for stringent action against encroachments and an intensified focus on afforestation and the overall improvement of Islamabad’s environment.
In his unwavering commitment to safeguarding the city’s interests, Chairman CDA has set strict deadlines for the completion of anti-encroachment operations. He has demanded weekly reports to monitor progress and ensure that the momentum of the operation remains steadfast.
Under the dynamic leadership of Chairman CDA Noorul Amin Mengal, Islamabad is witnessing a renewed spirit in the fight against land and timber mafias. The pursuit of justice and the preservation of the city’s environment have become top priorities, setting an exemplary precedent for administrative excellence and decisive action against criminal elements. With Chairman CDA’s resolute vision, Islamabad looks forward to a brighter and more sustainable future.