PESHAWAR: The authorities announced an anti-encroachment drive within the provisional capital, under the Peshawar Revival Plan, in a meeting chaired by division commissioner Riaz Khan Mehsud.
After a detailed briefing, the municipal administrations and the traffic police of the four towns were tasked to submit a report after surveying within one week to launch the anti-encroachment drive.
MPA Asif Khan, Director of Environment Protection Agency, Direct General (DG) Peshawar Development Authority (PDA), Ammara Khan, SSP traffic, Fazal Ahmad Jan, Additional Deputy Commissioner Peshawar, Shama Niamat, DG railways, Samiullah Khan, and other relevant officials.
According to the plan, the Town-I administration will be responsible for the operation in the inner city. Town-II will handle operations on Charsadda Road, Town-III on the University Road, and Town-IIIV will administer Kohat Road operations. Additionally, PDA will operate the drive in the Karkhano market and Hayatabad. Pakistan Railways will also operate the anti-encroachment drive on either side of the railway tracks extending from Nauthia to Hayatabad and Hashtnagri to Firdous.
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