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  RDA seals illegal property on Saidpur Road
ISLAMABAD, July 17 (INP): The Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) conducted operation against illegal land use and sealed property in residential area of Saidpur Scheme, Rawalpindi. In line with directives of Commissioner Rawalpindi Division/Director General (DG) RDA Talat Mahmood Gondal, RDA’s Building Control Wing has been actively conducting continuous operations against illegal/unauthorized commercial and residential construction activities including plazas/shops, schools and other illegal land use within the controlled area of RDA in Rawalpindi city. The Metropolitan Planning and Traffic Engineering (MP&TE) Directorate, RDA’s Enforcement Team on Monday under the supervision of RDA's Building Control Superintendent Syed Aslam Shah, Building inspector Mukhtar Ahmad and others with the assistance of Rawalpindi Police from the concerned Police Station carried out operation against illegal flats at Saidpur Scheme, Rawalpindi. The RDA Building Control Wing sealed illegal flats owned by Mr. Ibrar Manzoor and Mr. Waqar Manzoor at Plot No. 597/A-3 Saidpur Scheme, Rawalpindi. The owners of the property constructed illegal flats in violation of Punjab Development of Cities Act 1976 and RDA Building and Zoning Regulations 2007 under section 39 and 8.2.2. The DG RDA has directed the Enforcement Wing to take strict action against illegal/unauthorized constructions, commercial activities and encroachments without any fear or favour. INP/SB/AK
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