Islamabad: According to a recent piece of news, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has provided its approval to the issuance of Rs. 116.4 million for the development of a model park on 350 acres of land in Malpur Forest.
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The park attraction will have a wetland and a rainwater collection facility, according to the information released. In addition, the civic organization plans to cultivate over 7,000 saplings. Kachnar saplings will make up 6000 of the overall seedlings.
Furthermore, the CDA has released tenders for the purchase of equipment, which is estimated to cost Rs. 28.2 million. For the management of the park attraction, it may also employ an assistant director and other staff members.
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