Islamabad: According to news reports on February 1, the “Diplomatic Enclave” will have a border wall built around it by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Capital Police.
Read more with EL news: DHA Quetta provides important data to file holders
Once the project is finished, a security barrier will separate the extremely sensitive sector from the rest of the city’s residential districts. The Capital Police Officer Security Division claims that this action will increase security in order to safeguard foreign nationals, embassies, as well as private and public property.
Additionally, the CDA has already finished building a special road with just one access and departure point for the Diplomatic Enclave. Additionally, all diplomatic missions operating in other residential zones have been asked by the authority to relocate to their allocated locations in the Diplomatic Enclave.