The IHC has directed the CDA to remove roadblocks on Malot Road. According to the reports, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) has directed the city government to remove barricades on the road to Malot. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) was tasked with removing barriers constructed by a private housing association.
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The directive was issued in response to a petition filed by Malot residents stating that a private housing plan blocked their access to a key route by erecting obstacles and encroaching on the adjoining area.
According to the petition, the housing society also restricted a secondary access route to the main road, posing significant difficulties for residents. Justice Minallah requested that the CDA and the district administration address the issues and remove the encroachment on the roadway.
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According to reports, Malot is a suburb in Islamabad occupied by Gilgit Baltistan residents who were displaced following the Atta Abad Lake disaster. The CDA provided the route to Malot. However, it has been obstructed by a private housing plan.
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