CDA starts repair and maintenance work of Nazim ul Din Road

ISLAMABAD: Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started Repair and maintenance work on a portion of the main Nazim-ud-Din road near Sector F-7.

The road was partially affected due to blockage in the sewerage system during the recent rain spell. Concerned formation has taken preventive measures so that the traffic flow in the vicinity could be maintained. In this connection, curb stones have been placed around the affected area while reflecting tapes have been installed around the area so that any untoward situation could be averted. Except the affected area, commuters are using rest of the Nazim-ud-Din road as per routine.

CDA starts repair and maintenance work of Nazim ul Din Road

Work on the affected portion will be completed within next two weeks so that people using this road may not face any difficulty.

Meanwhile, Work on removal of wild growth/vegetation from all over the city remained continue on Wednesday. Ensuring coordinated efforts among the departments i.e ICT Administration, MCI and Capital Development Authority (CDA), removal of wild growth is being carried out simultaneously in all parks, grounds, green belts, sectoral area, business centers and others areas of the city.

In this connection, staff of Parks Directorate is clearing vegetation and wild growth from different parks including F-9 Park, Japanese Park, Lakeview Park and other parks of the city. Most of the area of F-9 Park has been cleared while work is in progress till clearance of whole park. Similarly, wild grass and vegetation from F-8 Markaz, green belt along with the Margalla Road, PRC Chowk, Kashmir Highway, Pakistan Monument, 10th Avenue and other areas has been cleared. In addition to this, pruning of trees in sector G-9/2, G-9/4, Barri Imam and other areas has also been completed while work in the other areas is in progress.

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Similarly, garbage dumps from the green belts and jungle areas are also being removed and fines are being imposed on the elements involved in the dumping waste in the jungle areas and green belts.

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It is pertinent to mention here that Chief Commissioner Islamabad and Chairman CDA had directed all concerned departments to work jointly for removal of wild bushes / vegetation and improvement of overall cleanliness of the city. Furthermore, Assistant Commissioners were directed to ensure cleanliness, removal of wild growth and cleanliness process in their respective areas.

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