RAWALPINDI, PAKISTAN - AUGUST 04: A boy runs to catch a bus after 'Iftar', when Muslims break their fast, on the third day of the holy month of Ramadan on August 4, 2011 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Ramadan, the month in which the holy Quran was revealed to the prophet Mohammad, is observed by devout Muslims who abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn until sunset, when they break the fast with the meal known as Iftar. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
RAWALPINDI – The residents of Rawalpindi have demanded reconstruction of Adyala Road of Potohar Town that is in dilapidated condition and is causing traffic accidents.
The residents complained that the Adyala Road turned into ruins, the big holes and craters in the road are big hurdle in smooth traffic flow.
The residents also said that construction of drainage near the road is also creating intense problems for them as the constructor throws remnant construction material on the road. The residents of the area have demanded of the Chief Minister of Punjab to reconstruct the road and remove waste construction material from the road.
LAHORE, May 5: The Lahore Development Authority on Saturday requested the City District Government of Lahore’s revenue wing to submit record of the disputed land in Nasir Ganj village, falling under the jurisdiction of LDA-Avenue-1 housing scheme on Raiwind Road.
picture taken by Aizaz Ahsan at the completed ring road junction near Raiwind road, Lahore. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“As the Nasir Ganj landowners claim that their land (measuring seven-kanal) housing their dwellings doesn’t fall under the LDA Avenue-1 residential scheme, we are required to verify their claim by reviewing the revenue record. That’s why we have sought the record from the quarters concerned so that we may tally it with the record already available with us,” LDA Additional Director General (Headquarters) Ms Mariam Kayani told Dawn. She said the revenue department would hopefully submit the relevant record to the LDA management by Monday (tomorrow). Continue reading