An anti-encroachment operation launched by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and ICT Administration to eradicate violations from the right of ways has been accelerated


Islamabad, May 16 (TNS): These operations are being carried out simultaneously all over the city including Blue Area, Main Nazim-ud-Din Road, G.T Road, Main Margalla Road and other major avenues. During these operations, several barriers, guard rooms, entry gate, iron grills, electric generators and other encroachments installed on the right of way or beyond the plot line are being demolished.

The operations are being actively participated by the Enforcement Directorate, ICT Administration, Islamabad Police, Roads Directorate, Building Control Section, and other concerned formations of the authority.

In this connection, CDA teams conducted an operation along the Main Nazim-ud-Din Road and razed different installments from the vicinity. During this operation, drop down barriers, entry gates, guard rooms, security cabins, parking sheds outer iron grills and other illegal installations from the front of Ufone Tower, Islamabad Stock Exchange Building, Saudi Pak Tower, State life under construction building, SME bank building, Beverly center, Green Tower, UBL building, NICL building and OGDCL building were removed demolished.

Similarly, another operation was conducted along the Main Margalla Raod sector F-6 and F-7 during this operation, 25 illegally constructed security Cabins and two (02) illegally installed generators outside plot line were removed.

Similarly another operation was conducted in the along the he Margalla Road sector F-10. During this operation 10 security cabins, eight (08) gates, five (05) generators, 15 road blockers, 16 supporting walls, 20 iron grills , ten lawns and 25 illegally installed fences were removed.

Similarly, other action was taken at Chungi No. 26, along the G.T Road where an illegal bus adda namely Bilal Travels comprising upon a canopy, booking office and passengers waiting area illegally constructed on state land was demolished.