Islamabad: According to news published in national dailies on May 12, the Estate Office and the Ministry of Housing and Works announced that they had removed 2,800 government homes from illegal occupiers and handed them back to the rightful owners across the country.
According to the facts, the Estate Office received assistance from the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and other concerned authorities in the fight to clear properties of encroachers. The ministry was said to be considering taking tough action against illegally built structures and encroachments of government buildings in the capital city.
Furthermore, the ministry would take disciplinary action against employees and their relatives who have built additional rooms in government-assigned housing. According to reports, the city has 17,000 government houses, with extra rooms built in over 2,400 of them.
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