MULTAN: On Tuesday, Multan Development Authority (MDA) official teams took action to close the offices of 4 illegal housing schemes as part of the ongoing crackdown ordered by Punjab Housing Minister Syed Azfar Ali Nasir. For the second day in a row, the MDA Enforcement and Urban Planning Directorate was in operation, which led to the closure of these offices and the deconstruction of their infrastructure.
The road system, sewerage systems, and boundary walls of Golra Town in Taraf Mubarak, which was owned by Ghulam Qadir and Ali Raza, were demolished by the MDA personnel as part of their efforts. Eight shops, an entry gate, a boundary wall, sewerage systems, road networks, the offices of an unnamed illegal property subdivision, a boundary wall, and eight shops owned by Ashfaq Ahmad Gara and Amjad Siyal were also demolished.
Furthermore, the infrastructure of another unnamed housing society located on Sewra Link Road, owned by Saleem Khaki, was demolished. Speaking on the occasion, DG MDA Dr. Zahid Ikram stated that the crackdown against illegal housing schemes would continue without any bias or discrimination. He further mentioned that updated lists of illegal housing societies were being published in newspapers as well as on the MDA website and its social media accounts.