Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has ordered inquiries in 17 violations Islamabad’s master plan on Thursday – a news source reported.
CDA had recently been directed by the Supreme Court to take action against officials who violated the master plan. A meeting was held on the matter at CDA office and CDA Chief Amer Ali Ahmed directed that the 17 inquiries related to master plan violations to be initiated.
According to a CDA official, this was the first time so many inquiries, at such a large scale, were initiated at once.
The inquiries relate to permission for restaurants in the Margalla Hills, permission for housing societies where they are not allowed, and some other projects.
The official said that the inquiry orders have been issued and it was decided that the inquiries would be supervised by grade 20 officers and would be completed soon.