Residents of Sector E-11 requested that CDA address their concerns
The Federal Ombudsperson, Ejaz Ahmad Qureshi, has told the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to come up with a plan to solve the problems that the people of Sector E-11 are having, according to a September 14 news story.
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According to reports, the ombudsperson gave the orders after residents of Sector E-11 went to his office and said that as many as five housing projects in the sector don’t have enough public services. In response, Federal Ombudsperson Ejaz Ahmad Qureshi sent an inspection team to the area and told the local government and people who run housing projects in Sector E-11 to come up with a plan before the next hearing on the matter.
Residents of that area complained about encroachments, bad water, a poorly run sewer system, narrow nullahs, and roads that were in bad shape. According to the reports from the inspection team, the residents’ complaints were true, and the problems they named were a bother for the people who lived there. It was also pointed out that many housing and business projects in the area were running without permission or a No-objection Certificate from the CDA (CDA).