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Islamabad The Beautiful

Islamabad is beautiful. It is a region-wide symbol of progress, innovation and architectural marvel.

Settlement in Islamabad, the new capital after Karachi, began in the 1960s. As the city was newly founded, the growth of the population was slow. Being the seat of the Government of Pakistan, initially government servants and employees of the federal administration settled here. Since then, there has been a steady growth in the population of the city, which has swelled to somewhere in excess of a million inhabitants. The reason: at the moment, the capital city is the fastest growing urban settlement in the country. There is an increased interest in the city from The President and The Prime Minister, as well as a renewed drive from foreign investors to invest in the city. This has caused a growth in the economy, produced employment at all levels and ensured development. Owing to all these factors, Islamabad is now becoming a lively and bustling metropolis, full of vibrancy.| Read more

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2000 sanitary workers and other officials to stay on duty on the eve of Eid ul Azha

Islamabad, September 23, 2015: Leaves of more than 2000 sanitary workers and other officials of the relevant formations of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) have been cancelled on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha. These workers would participate in the special cleanliness operation on Eid-ul-Azha including collection of waste and offals and sacrificial animals from the entire city and its proper disposal. CDA will ensure cleanliness of Eidgahs other places on the occasion Eid-ul-Azha.

On the directions of Chairman CDA, Maroof Afzal, Member Environment, Syed Mustafain Kazmi has finalized arrangements for special cleanliness operation. Under cleanliness action plan, more than 2000 sanitary workers and supervisory staff would be deployed for this purpose. While more than 100 vehicles from other Directorates of CDA would also take part in this cleanliness operation. The entire city has been divided into four zones i.e. Zone-I includes the areas of F-5, F-6, Blue Area and Bari Imam while Zone-II comprises upon Faisal Mosque, E-7, F-7, F-8, and G-8. Similarly, areas of sector F-10, F-11, Golra Sharif, G-9, G-10, G-11 and G-13 are included in Zone-III whereas Zone-IV includes the areas of sector H-8, H-9, H-10, H-11, I-8, I-9, I-10/2, I-11, Highway, Model village Humak, Shehzad Town, Rawal Town and Margalla Town.

During the cleanliness operation, 30 deep ditches have been dug out at 18 different locations in entire city where offals and other wastes of sacrificial animals will be deposed off as per hygienic standards. Besides, two emergency cell have also been established, one at Transport Section, CDA fire Headquarters while the other one at Sanitation Directorate, Sector G-6 1/4  which would be functional round the clock.
CDA appeals to the citizens of the Capital city to cooperate with CDA staff and do not throw the offals and other waste material of sacrificial animals in the green areas rather keep it in front of their houses so that sanitation workers could easily pick and dispose off these wastes in proper manner. 

The residents of Islamabad can register their complaints for collection and disposal of wastes at Sanitation Directorate Help Line 1334 and telephone 051-9213908 and 051-9211555. CDA will address their complaints promptly. | Read more

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
CDA arrangements on the occassion of Eid ul Azha

Thursday, September 10, 2015
CDA to conduct physical audit of daily wages and master roll employees

Sunday, September 13, 2015
Weekly bazaars and Kisaan Convention review meeting

Thursday, September 17, 2015
Training workshop on food quality, safety management and hygienic standards

Friday, September 18, 2015
Action against non conforming use of residential premises
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