Islamabad: The Chairman Capital Development Authority CDA Syed Tahir Shahbaz has directed Environment Wing of the authority to expedite development work at Jubilee Park in Sector F7. He also directed to gear up the awareness activities for cleanliness, improvement of sewage system and upgradation of environment in Islamabad, especially in Muslim Colony near Barri Imam.
He stated this during his visit to the Jubilee Park and Muslim Colony, Barri Imam on Wednesday. Chairman CDA said that authority is taking concrete measures for development, maintenance and upgradation of parks to provide the best recreational facilities to the residents of the federal capital.
He said that the work being carried out for the development of Jubilee Park in Sector F7 is satisfactory but should be further expedited for completion of this recreational facility to facilitate the residents at the earliest.
He was apprised about the progress on the development work being carried out in the park and the facilities to be developed for the general public. He said that banners, posters and other awareness material should be displayed in Muslim Colony and adjoining areas for environmental awareness. He also directed the Member Administration to make appropriate arrangements for cleaning of the solid waste skips in this area. He also directed for resolving the issues of sewerage system in Muslim Colony.
Chairman CDA was apprised about the different measures being taken out by the authority for cleanliness and improvement of the sewerage system in the Muslim Colony. He was apprised that construction of soaks and other arrangements have been made in this locality to discourage the flow of sewage into the adjoining nullahs.
Capital Development Authority CDA has launched a comprehensive programme for the upgradation and development of the parks and recreational facilities in the Federal Capital to further beautify the natural environment of the city. On the occasion Member Administration Munir Ahmad Chaudhry, Member Environment Dr. Kazim Niaz, Director General Environment Dr. Suleman Sheikh and senior officers of the Authority were also present.