Regulatory framework being developed for Islamabad to better run its affairs: Ali Nawaz

August 24, 2021 Off By Web Desk

Special Assistant on Capital Development Authority Ali Nawaz Khan has said a regulatory framework for Islamabad is being developed to better run its affairs.

Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Tuesday, he said the move envisages merger of various organizations including the CDA, Cooperatives Department and Companies Act.

He said the approval of regulatory framework will be taken from the Cabinet.

The Special Assistant said that an inquiry was conducted into the recent flooding in E-11 sector of the capital. He said it has been found that the society showed slackness in clearing Nullah. He said the response of rescue service was also evaluated. He said it has been decided to remove encroachments along the Nullah in E-11 sector.

Source: Radio Pakistan