Islamabad: According to a recent news report, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has installed permanent pickets at Margalla Hills, Saidpur, Shah Allah Ditta Village, Chontra, and Bari Imam in a bid to protect these sites from encroachers.
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Furthermore, more than ten teams have been created to fight encroachment and unauthorised development on state lands. On a daily basis, these teams will send updates to CDA’s administration. CDA will take enforcement action against encroachments and unlawful construction, as well as seize construction materials, depending on these findings.
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In a related development, CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed has demanded that construction on the stalled Ladies Club project at G-10 Markaz, which will provide people with appropriate health and leisure facilities, be resumed.
According to news, the structure of the Ladies Club at G-10 is 100% complete, with a covered area of 97,000 square feet.
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