Islamabad: A one-month deadline has been imposed by the city management for the completion of a hydrological study of structures in E-11. The CDA’s hydrological study will be completed within a month, according to a board member, as the municipal body prepared to enforce its regulations in the unregulated sector.

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In July of this year, E-11 saw urban flooding as a result of a constricted down stream, resulting in the deaths of a lady and her son. As a result, the CDA and the federal government leapt into action, deciding to enforce the sector’s regulations.

According to officials, CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed will preside over a meeting on E-11 on Monday to determine the next course of action in light of the cabinet decision. Meanwhile, sources said the CDA chairman had directed the inquiry committee probing the E-11 case to complete the task soon to initiate action against the guilty officials.

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Asked about the new bylaws under which E-11 will be dealt, the officer said at the next meeting a decision would be taken. But based on the discussions held so far “I can say the bylaws of Zone I will be implemented in E-11,” he said.

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