Islamabad: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has directed the Chairman CDA and Chief Commissioner of Islamabad to complete remaining work of the Bari Imam Complex on the priority basis of which 60% work had already been completed.
The Prime Minister gave the above direction in a meeting which was chaired by him here today at the PM House and attended by Chairman CDA, IG (Police) Islamabad, Chief Commissioner, Islamabad, Chief Executive, IESCO and GM, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines.
The Prime Minister directed the Chairman CDA to undertake the projects of water supply without delay because this problem was likely to be aggravated in the future. He also directed that the constructions in the Federal areas must be allowed as per CDA rules and regulations
Earlier, the Chairman CDA briefed the Prime Minister on the ongoing development projects in the fields of energy and infrastructure .the opening of new sector, Park Enclave, after twenty years which will be completed by the end of next year and the owners could build houses early 2013, he said.
He apprised the Prime Minister that work in the D—12 Sector is in full swing, and the biggest flyover in the region at zero point had been completed and opened to traffic. The Chairman said that CDA is pro-actively engaged to convert the street lights to LED Lights which would not only save electricity but also cut its electricity bill to almost half.
The Chairman said that 40 CNG buses fleet for the Dedicated Bus Corridor would be plying to provide decent travelling facilities to the residents of Islamabad besides serving the cause of environment.
The Chairman said that F/6, Jinnah Super Market and F/10 have been declared as litter free zone and the violators will have to pay the fine. We want to extend this law throughout the capital city, he added.
The Chief Commissioner of Islamabad briefed the Prime Minister about the water supply schemes, building of roads in 12 union councils.
He said that Islamabad administration had simplified the procedure as they had set up one window operation to facilitate the people. He said that two sites have been identified to build cadet college in Islamabad to provide quality education to the residents of the Islamabad territory.
The Inspector General of Police, Islamabad, said that the law and order situation in the capital was satisfactory and the police force was fully committed and equipped to provide security to the people. He said that they had increased the patrolling and rings of security had been enhanced and pro-active policing implemented.
The Prime Minister expressed his appreciation on the recent achievements of Islamabad Police in which they had foiled the attack which terrorists were planning on important public buildings.
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