Islamabad: For homeless people of the capital city, Capital Development Authority CDA has decided to set up 4400 apartments. The approval of the construction of 10th Avenue will be referred to the Federal Cabinet. The board has decided to establish the Metropolitan Police and construction of the major projects like Margala Avenue, ITN, and IGP Road. The board has also decided to contract those employees who meet the eligibility criteria in the light of the High Court decision and to regularize all the daily wages.
The first meeting of the newly established board of the CDA was held recently in the committee room of the CDA headquarters under the chairmanship of Amir Ali Ahmed. The meeting was attended by four private / non-executive members including renowned Pakistani architect Nayyar Ali Dada, Iftikhar Arif, former chairman Academy of Literature, Vice-Chancellor Quaid-e-Azam University Dr. Muhammad Ali, and renowned architect Ali Asghar Khan. Member Admin Amir Abbas, Member Estate Naveed Elahi, and Member Engineering Syed Munawar Hussain Shah attended the meeting.
For the approval, CDA Board has decided to send the project regarding the construction of Margala Avenue, ITN, IGP Road, and 10th Avenue to the Federal Cabinet.