Rawlalpindi: RCB’s anti-encroachment drive has been going on in different areas. The Cantonment Board officials on Wednesday ceased 9 trucks of different items and took into custody counters, benches and hand-carts from vendors who had setup their stalls illegally on roads and pathways in different markets of Sadar, Railway Road, Bakra Mandi, and surrounding areas of the city. The authorities have also issued notices to 60 property owners.
Meanwhile, Food Branch officials of Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) visited different areas and issued show cause notice to owners of different eateries/food outlets operating without licenses. According to a press release the food branch officials during their visit to Naseerabad, Allabad, Range Road and Sadr areas inspected 30 food points out of which 18 were issued notices for substandard cleanliness at work places and operating without licenses. The statement added that the inspection team collected 12 food samples from different eateries and sent them to laboratory for test.
Moreover the RCB’s Building Control Department had taken action against the illegal construction of buildings in different localities including Quad-e-Azam colony, Marble Factory, Usmani colony, Misriayal Road, Peshawar Road and Ahmedabad. Taking action against 22 illegally constructed buildings the inspection team has issued notices to property owners directing them to submit their approved maps in the cantonment board office without any further delay.
RCB’s anti-encroachment drive goes on unabated