LDA's anti-encroachment drive continues
Lahore: The Lahore Development Authority is continuing with its anti-encroachment drive and in recent action, it has demolished five illegal buildings and sealed three buildings.
Following the directives of Lahore Development Authority (LDA) Director General Sumair Ahmad Syed, the Town Planning Wing officials conducted an operation in the prominent areas of Lahore including Johar Town, Allama Iqbal Town, Samanzar, and Mustafa Town. During the operation, the LDA officials also demolished a restaurant that was illegally constructed in Johar Town.
The LDA officials also demolished an illegally constructed workshop in Khyber Block, Allama Iqbal Town and a restaurant in Mustafa Town for violation of building rules. The authority also sealed three commercial buildings in Gulshan Block, Kashmir Block and Chenab Block of Allama Iqbal Town
In a separate raid, the LDA officials also removed temporary structures and boundary walls in Gulshan Mustafa Scheme and Samanzar.
It should be noted here that the anti-encroachment drive of LDA is being conducted on the directives of Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and the government has constituted anti-encroachment committees in all 36 districts of the province to monitor the ongoing operation against land grabbers and encroachments.