Islamabad: According to press reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the provinces to join forces with the Survey of Pakistan and complete cadastral mapping verification within two months in order to eradicate illegal occupation from state land.

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According to reports, Prime Minister Khan presided over a meeting of the National Coordinating Committee for Housing, Construction, and Development. During the meeting, the prime minister directed that the ongoing complaints of encroachment by the Islamabad Capital Territory and province governments be followed up on.

He also gave directions for replanting the land that had been cleared of encroachments.

Major General Shahid Pervaiz, Pakistan’s Surveyor General, updated the gathering on the country’s cadastral mapping. The mapping of 88 percent of government lands is finished, revealing that thousands of acres of land have been encroached upon. He went on to suggest that cadastral mapping will aid in the digitization of government land holdings.

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The majority of the encroachments, according to the information, were on forest areas and the holdings of the National Highway Authority, Pakistan Railways, and the Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA). The next phase of the initiative, according to the attendees, will focus on completing the digitalization of private lands with the support of provincial governments.

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