Islamabad: According to a recent news report, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) stated that it had notified the owners of more than 80 agro farms to demolish palatial houses built on land meant for cultivation purpose or get these illegal establishments regularized within 15 days.
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It was additionally reported that the choice to make a move against all agro ranch proprietors found to have built fantastic manors as opposed to developing rural items on a few lumps of land assigned by the advancement expert for cultivating reason.
As indicated by the subtleties uncovered, the municipal organization had apportioned as numerous as 539 foundations for the development of leafy foods. These ranches are arranged on Park Road Chak Shahzad, Kahuta Road, Murree Road, Tarlai Kalan, Sehana and different areas of the capital city.
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As per the news source, CDA had permitted construction on 9,500 square feet, imposing fine on an additional 3,000 square feet. It further stated that the owners had violated CDA regulations by carrying out construction beyond the prescribed limit of 9,500 square feet.
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