Islamabad: According to a recent news report, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed had conducted a visit to the nullahs in sectors F-6, F-7, G-6, and G-7. The chairman issues orders to the concerned authorities to clean the ravines as soon as possible.
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Mr. Amer Ali emphasized that the nullahs are important in the city’s aesthetics and that attempts must be made to keep the waterbeds clean regularly and as quickly as possible.
Heavy machinery from the CDA’s Machinery Pool Organization (MPO) department is being used to clean up the nullahs and remove obstructing debris from the drains, according to CDA officials.
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In addition, officials announced that fencing would be constructed in an attempt to minimize garbage accumulation in the nullahs and that anyone who litters the ravines with garbage will face serious consequences. Residents of the slum areas have been warned not to dump garbage in the nullahs, and a wetland is being built in F-11 to help manage the garbage.
Finally, the officials said that the work will proceed until all of Islamabad’s nullahs have been washed.
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