A retired high court judge, a former general, academics from the National University of Science and Technology (Nust), city planners, and environmentalists are among the candidates for the planned group, according to reports. They promised that the survey of Pakistan's demarcation would be finished before the demarcation was finalized.
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"We have requested a Survey of Pakistan for boundary demarcation," a senior CDA official declared. He declared that the CDA would construct border markers at the projected cost once it had the survey results. A former justice of the supreme court is anticipated to lead the field of candidates for the zoning commission.
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The spokesperson responded that the CDA has completed demarcating reserve woods and military grassland that are located in Margalla Hills when asked about the earlier demarcation and added that the civic organization lacked a demarcation of territory in Zone III and Margalla Hills. The result, he said, was that "we have ordered Survey of Pakistan to correctly demarcate the entire Margalla Hills and acquired territory." The Margalla national park and private land make up most of Zone III, which has an area of about 50,000 acres. Of the whole area, at least 20,000 acres are privately held and unencumbered by any rules or regulations.