Tag Archives: Encroachments

Govt school students walk to support drive against encroachments

Govt school students walk to support drive against encroachments

LAHORE – Dozens of government school students walked to support the recent anti-encroachment campaign on Saturday. The protectors raised banners, held placards and chanted slogans to denounce the encroachments that had caused difficulty for traffic and constricted public space. The rally started from Government High School Chistia Road, Islampura and ended at Government High School Mozang Road where the rally was addressed by Government High School Mozang Road Headmaster Syed Riaz

Encroachments within – Pace oozes with building bylaws violations

LAHORE – Pace, a shopping plaza located opposite Hafiz Center in main boulevard Gulberg III and owned by late Punjab governor Salman Taaseer is flooded with building map violations, internal encroachments, illegal constructions in the basement allotted for parking and unauthorized shops at emergency exit gates, Pakistan Today has learnt.
When the plaza was constructed the second time after being gutted with fire in 2001 extra shops were constructed. As per map, it should have

Day 3: CDGL clears 48-km of encroachments

LAHORE – The City District Government Lahore (CDGL) cleared 48-kilometre of land on Sunday from encroachments including 682 roadside stalls, 28 shops, 254 sheds, 156 stairs, 268 signboards and the material was shifted to warehouses on 24 government trucks. Land worth around Rs 10 million has been retrieved during the grand operation against encroachments under the supervision of Lahore District Coordination Officer (DCO) Ahad Cheema in Baghbanpura.
Around 4.5-kilometre area

City govt told to remove encroachments

GUJRANWALA – District Coordination Officer (DCO) Barrister Nabil Ahmad Awan has directed the city district government officers to remove encroachments to the facilitation of commuters and timely completion of development projects.
Presiding over a meeting at committee room, the DCO directed the Gujranwala Development Authority Director General to remove all encroachments from the College Road, Noshera Road and Gurunanikpura.
Six SHOs transferred in Gujranwala: Station House

Encroachments thick on the ground in Gulberg

Lahore – Encroachments on footpaths including construction material, animal fodders, eatery shops and stalls in Gulberg, one of the posh localities of the city, Pakistan Today has learnt. Several areas in Gulberg including the Gurumangat Road, Halli Road, MM Alam Road, Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan, Ali Zaib Road, Mehmood Kasuri Road, Liberty Market, Ghalib Road, Sir Syed Road, Tipu Road, Mini Market and the Main Market are full of encroachments leaving no space for pedestrians.

NH&MP campaigns against illegal U-turns, encroachments

LAHORE – National Highway and Motorway Police (NH&MP) N-5 Central on Tuesday has launched a campaign against illegal U-turns and encroachments on national highways, said NH&MP N-5 Central DIG Syed Ibne Hussain while addressing a Police Darbar in Beat 13. The DIG said that illegal U-turns and encroachments on national highways were a permanent hazard for the free flow of traffic and road safety.
He instructed the beat commander to enhance coordination with National Highway

DCO vows to remove encroachments, expand roads

FAISALABAD – The dividends of city government’s ongoing operation against encroachments will be enjoyed by the citizens in the coming months as most of the traffic-troubled spots have been cleaned up in an operation and District Coordination Officer (DCO) Nasim Sadiq has expressed his determination to expand the roads and highways to solve the traffic problems.
In the recent operation, the DCO, accompanied by Deputy District Officer Revenue (DDOR) Asif Chaudhary personally

CDGL constitutes committees to eliminate encroachments

LAHORE – The City District Government Lahore (CDGL) on Tuesday constituted two committees to eliminate encroachments and announced to prepare a list of town officials patronising encroachers. The district-level committee would work under supervision of the Lahore district coordination officer (DCO), members of national and provincial assemblies while TMOs and local policemen would observe the committees’ working at the town-level.
The decision to constitute the committees was