The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has approved a total of Rs29 billion for development projects, including the construction of 10 new police stations and three checkpoints in the Malakand division.
Millions of overseas Pakistanis intending to conduct banking, payment, and investment operations in Pakistan can now do so through these accounts, according to the central bank.
With the help of the Islamabad Administration and Islamabad Police, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) put an end to the cutting of the mountainous land in Shah Allah Ditta village.
Capital Development Authority's (CDA) enforcement bureau has demolished 20,511 illegal buildings and reclaimed 13,000 kanals of public land from illegal inhabitants in the last five years.
CDA members conducted its ninth meeting on Monday at CDA Headquarters in Islamabad, chaired by Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed. Nayyar Ali Dada, Iftikhar Hassan Arif, Ali Asghar Khan, and Dr. Muhammad Ali were among the board members that attended the meeting.
According to the official reports, the Capital Development Authority's (CDA) enforcement department has demolished 20,511 unlawful buildings and reclaimed 13,000 Kanals of public land from illegal inhabitants in the previous five years.