Islamabad: The future of the uncontrolled E-11 sector will be decided by the federal cabinet during its meeting on Wednesday (today). The Capital Development Authority (CDA) requested cabinet approval to revoke ordinances enacted by previous presidents Ayub Khan and Ziaul Haq, in summary.

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The revenue estate of Golra, which includes E-11, E-12, F-12, and D-12, was excluded from land acquisition owing to the Golra Shrine by Ayub Khan. Later, in the 1980s, President Ziaul Haq restricted the income estate to just E-11 by an order.

In the summary, the CDA stated that it would take action not only against its own guilty officials but also against housing schemes. But rights of people living in the sector would be protected and the developers of schemes would be asked to bear the expenses of relocation of buildings which had been built on the right of way of nullahs as recent urban flooding was caused by narrowing down of a nullah from 40 feet to 18 feet.

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After approval of the summary, the CDA will also get a hydrological and infrastructure study done on housing schemes and stand-alone high-rise apartment buildings at the cost of the sponsors of these projects. The CDA officials said exemption of the sector from land acquisition created a number of urban problems like flooding, traffic hazard, narrowing down of drains and environmental issues.

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