Islamabad: The newly completed PWD intersection was named after nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) board on Thursday. It also approved a dumping site for Islamabad’s rural area and a new residential programme for Pakistanis living abroad.

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The federal cabinet has authorised the CDA board to designate a permanent building/infrastructure or road after the recently deceased nuclear physicist. On Thursday, the board of directors, led by CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed, convened to examine a variety of policy issues.

The assembly approved a five-acre dumping facility for the rural population in Taumar, which would be built after the legalities are completed.

Overseas Enclave, a new residential complex adjacent Park Enclave III, will be built on 400 kanals. Under the Roshan Digital Programme, the board decided that flats and apartments would be built for abroad Pakistanis.

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According to a board member, the forum also supported CDA’s request to have the building of 10th Avenue handled by the government rather than private contractors. Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) and National Logistics Cell (NLC) are two government contractors who have previously been hired by the civic agency and are working on numerous construction projects.

In order to avoid any legal issues, the board advised that the 3.4 acres previously designated for parking be reassessed as an amenity area. The CDA has claimed that privatising such a massive structure will have an impact on roads and other services.

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