Lahore: As per the latest update, on Wednesday, 13th September 2023, a serious security breach was reported at the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) head office. As per the reports, some people involved in a criminal case under the Anti-Terrorism Act tried to harass Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi. The incident happened right after Chief Minister Naqvi concluded his visit to the LDA’s One Window Cell.
According to the sources, when the Caretaker Chief Minister was about to depart, some mysterious people gathered around him in a group. Most of them were the individuals accused of assaulting police and LDA officials and causing damage to government vehicles in a recent operation held by prohibited land divisions in the LDA City Housing Scheme.
Following that, the Chief Minister ignored the harassers and moved away. However, the individuals started protesting against LDA’s senior management, arguing with LDA security personnel and threatening to block the main road. Police started an investigation against these people. Many of them managed to escape, highlighting the LDA office’s security lapses.
Moreover, lately, LDA has been facing these security threats. Lawyers forcefully entered the LDA buildings a few months back, attacking staff members. These incidents are enough to raise concerns about the safety protocols of government spaces.
Later, Chief Minister Naqvi was informed about these mysterious people, culprits, and agents in many LDA departments. The minister addressed the complaints and ordered DG LDA and Commissioner Lahore, Muhammad Ali Randhawa, to investigate the issue.
Furthermore, when talking about the security alarms at the LDA office, Director DG Cell, LDA, Asif Hussain, stated that he had instructed the Chief Security Officer of LDA, Capt. (retd.) Faraz, to start an investigation and make a file an official report highlight all the details of the incident.
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