Islamabad: The federal cabinet’s reorganised commission to revise Islamabad’s master plan voted on Thursday to complete the assignment in six months. Under the chairmanship of CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed, the commission convened a meeting in the Capital Development Authority (CDA) committee rooms, which was attended by members (virtually or physically).

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The commission established eight autonomous committees with the authority to hire consultants and other professionals to come up with solutions to the city’s and inhabitants’ problems. According to a spokesman, the commission would conduct research on 3,600 square kilometres of nearby land, including several tehsils in Rawalpindi and Haripur, before amending the master plan.

The regional planning and transportation accessibility committee, as well as the population, urban issues, legal, environment, and integrated approach committees, were among the commission’s committees, according to a member of the commission.

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Architect Nayyar Ali Dada, Khurram Farid Bargatt, Humaira Qasim, Nayyab Hassan Gardezi, Sikander Anjum, and Asma Khalil will lead the committees. Murad Jamil, a commission member, will coordinate with all committees.

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