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Delay in redefining municipal limits costs CDA heavily

Islamabad – As the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is providing basic civic facilities to some five sub-urban centres and model villages beyond the ambit of its powers and functions defined in the CDA Ordinance 1960, the authority is facing difficulties to justify its annual expenditures running into millions of rupees.
The Capital Development Authority is providing basic civic facilities to some five sub-urban centres and model villages including Chak Shahzad, Humak, Tarlai, Kuri and Farash and delay in inclusion of these localities into the municipal limits of Capital Development Authority is causing issues on multiple fronts for the authority. These areas do not fall within the notified municipal limits of the CDA, and authority has been providing partial civic facilities to these areas on humanitarian grounds………….. Read More