The enforcement division of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) effectively operated in Park Enclave Phase-I as part of its ongoing endeavor to reclaim undeveloped and underdeveloped residential areas from encroachers. Over a dozen boundary walls and 48 houses in total were razed down during the course of the task. The operation, which aims to remove encroachments, demonstrates the CDA's dedication to upholding the integrity of the territory. However, as multiple functions are required to eliminate encroachers, it also raises questions about the civic organization's capacity to fend against the land mafia.
Recently, Member Estate and his group carried out a massive operation in Park Enclave Phase III as part of another big operation. A total of 50 homes constructed on public property were destroyed, and four people were arrested for impeding the process. These initiatives demonstrate the CDA's commitment to upholding its property's integrity and ensuring that encroachments are swiftly removed. The authority's dedication to enforcing the law and safeguarding public resources is demonstrated by the demolition of illegal structures and the reclamation of public land.
According to a CDA official, the continuing activities are intended to remove encroachments from residential areas that are not yet constructed or only partially developed. The municipal organization's capacity to keep the land mafia off of its land and the need to repeatedly initiate operations to remove encroachers is still seriously in doubt.