Islamabad: All of the ongoing development projects in Islamabad would be finished in order of priority, according to Captain (r) Muhammad Usman, chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
He claimed that all of the projects were still under construction day and night. He also emphasised that it was challenging to achieve deadlines set in a way that allowed projects to be completed within the allotted time. The Islamabad Expressway, IJP, Margalla Avenue Extension, and other projects are currently being worked on by the development authority.
The CDA chairman, who also serves as Chief Commissioner of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), stated that he was opposed to the purchase of machinery for cleaning reasons because the maintenance of such equipment would place a significant financial strain on the authority.
He said that all such services, such as cleaning, would be contracted out to private companies, who would be in charge of completing the work.
He claimed that when the master plan for Islamabad was being finalised, two important factors—adequate parking space and places for trash to be dumped—were neglected.
Furthermore, he said that the authority is now working on five parking lots while a suitable disposal location outside the city along with administration of neighbouring districts would be chosen in the next 25 to 30 years.
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