CDA to expedite development work in Sector I-11


The Capital Development Authority (CDA) would expedite development work in Sector I-11 as all adverse possessions would be vacated by the end of December.

This was decided in a meeting chaired by Member Estate Shaista Sohail and participated by the representatives of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Administration, UNHCR, ICT, police and other relevant government organisations.

The meeting was briefed about the chronic issues related to Sector I-11, which are real hindrances in the development of this sector. Most important of all are the slums in this area, which are not only barrier in the development work, but also cause multiple problems in the federal capital. It was agreed that all these ‘kachi abadis’ would be demolished by the end of December, 2012.

Meeting was also apprised about development work at stalled sector is the priority area of CDA management and according to the directions of CDA Chairman Syed Tahir Shahbaz, a comprehensive strategy has been formulated to vacate CDA lands from adverse possessions and remove all the hurdles in the development of the stalled sector.

CDA Member Estate Shaista Sohail said that CDA needs cooperation of the concerned departments so that the lands can be vacated and possession could be handed over to allotees development may be carried out at faster pace. Representatives of different formations admired CDA’s efforts and assured CDA their full cooperation.Source: