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RDA Continues Crackdown Against Illegal Housing Schemes

RDA Continues Crackdown Against Illegal Housing Schemes

Rawalpindi: On the direction of Director General Muhammad Saif Anwar Jappa, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) is putting a stop to illicit housing developments. The RDA has issued strict directives to take legal action against such schemes. According to the RDA spokeswoman, the organization has filed a First Information Report (FIR) against the proprietors of Rose Valley, an illegal housing development.

The owners have received a notice from the Metropolitan Planning and Traffic Engineering (MP&TE) Directorate RDA for deceiving the public on social media by making the false claim that the community was approved. The FIR also includes charges against the owners, Zafar Mushtaq, Sharjeel Ahmad, and Haris Iftikhar.

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Additionally, the Director MP&TE RDA has ordered the illegal housing development to be demolished. Sponsors and advertisers have been threatened with harsh punishment and told to stop selling the unlicensed and illegal housing scheme right away. 

Owners of four other illegal private housing societies, including Pak Sar Zameen Town at Chakri Road, Century Town Housing Scheme, Rawat City Housing Scheme, and Al-Buraq Enclave Rawat, had already received notices from the RDA. The Chairman RDA has advised the masses not to make any real with such elements until they verify their status through the official website of the RDA. 

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