Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority has started removing wall chalking, pamphlets and advertisements from markets, underpasses, roads and other places across the city and started...
Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started removing wall chalking, pamphlets and advertisements from markets, underpasses, roads and other places across the city and started registering complaints with the relevant police stations against those involved in illegal wall chalking.
At the same time, work of art and calligraphy at underpasses and bridges is also underway to enhance beauty of the city.
According to details, CDA is working to enhance the beauty of the city while maintaining cleanliness. In this regard, the administration of CDA has started actions for removing the illegal wall chalking, advertisement stickers, and pamphlets. The process of removing illegal wall chalking and advertisements at roads, markets, bridges, underpasses, bazaars, and other buildings and bus stops is continued. The authority is also filing cases against those involved in illegal chalking and advertisements. Wall chalking and advertisements have been removed from Jinnah Avenue, 7th Avenue, 9th Avenue, Srinagar Highway, Soharwardy Road, and some other places.