Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) has sent notices to 530 shop owners running their businesses in the absence of a trade license, a news source reported. In addition, the board also notified 20 developers on accounts of violation of building by-laws.
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In a bid to register shopkeepers operating in the cantonment area, the RCB issued new licenses to 415 shopkeepers meeting the board’s requirements. This helped RCB generate revenue worth PKR 1 million. The unregistered shopkeepers will face strict actions in accordance with the law, said sources within the RCB.
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Attending to violation of building bylaws, the RCB sent notices to developers whose buildings were under construction in Usmania Colony, Marble Factory area, Masrial Road, Farooqabad, Quaid-e-Azam Colony, and Peshawar Road. The board officials instructed the developers to share their building plans immediately or their structures will be demolished.