According to the private news channel, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) demolished illegitimate buildings in the city’s housing developments on Thursday.
According to specifics, the action was completed with assistance from the police and the Rawalpindi Development Authority’s Special Task Force.
During the effort, unlawful buildings in six housing complexes. Including offices and boundary walls, demolished, according to Director General RDA Saif Anwar Cheema.
According to him, the move taken in response to multiple complaints regarding encroachment into the city. Before making an investment in any housing society in the city, DG RDA Saif urged the public to get in touch with the appropriate authorities.
Earlier this year, an unidentified person opened fire and killed a machine operator during an anti-encroachment operation in Karachi’s Surjani Town.
According to the details, during the anti-encroachment operation in Surjani Town Sector 8. The machine operator killed by unknown person’s firing after which additional police force called to control the situation.
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