Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Tuesday continued its anti-encroachment drive and removed several illegal structures from land owned by the development authority in Sector I-12, a news source reported.
The Enforcement Directorate staff and other relevant departments participated in the operation and the officials concerned used heavy machinery for this purpose. They removed 14 temporary houses, along with other structures in Sector I-12, and CDA staff removed a further 15 boundary walls constructed on state-owned land in the area.
The authority also conducted another anti-encroachment operation in Sector I-8/1. The teams from the Enforcement Directorate removed a fence, boundary wall, and two other illegally constructed structures located on state land.
Additionally, the CDA has served notices to the parties concerned to remove all illegally constructed shacks in the area within one day’s time. In case of non-compliance, the authority has warned that its officers would be forced to demolish these illegal structures.