Islamabad: According to news reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a meeting on Monday (August 16) to devise a systematic plan to deal with encroachments in Islamabad, emphasizing the need for the establishment of a single regulatory body to oversee the implementation of building bylaws in the capital city. The PM also emphasized the importance of contemporary technologies, such as drone surveillance, in preventing invasion.

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Chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Amir Ali Ahmed, Special Assistant for CDA Affairs Ali Nawaz Awan, MNA Raja Khurram Nawaz, Planning Minister Asad Umar, and other senior officials were present at the meeting.

The lack of a single regulatory framework, which is now divided between the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Registrar Societies and the CDA, according to the CDA Chairman.

The green and clean environment program was also discussed at the meeting. To safeguard the green spaces under the tree plantation drive, the PM requested the city government to provide incentives to encourage maximum participation of people.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that the government was focusing on growing information technology exports.

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The prime minister addressed the establishment progress of Islamabad Technopolis, a special technology zone in Islamabad, with Chairman of the Special Technology Zones Authority (STZA) Amir Hashmi. A separate technology zone will be built in all provincial capitals after the technology zone in Islamabad is completed.

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