RAWALPINDI,(Parliament Times): Rawalpindi Cantt Board Building Control Department staff started legal actions against illegal building in Kent areas and ward numbers, 10, 7, 1, 9, 2 Dhok Mastiq, Chauhar Chowk, Misrial Road, Makram Town, Westridge 3, IJP Road, Range Road, Peshawar Road, Adam G Road, Hathi Chowk, Haider Road in the areas of illegal constructions and unplanned constructions against 30 buildings. Legal action was taken against the landlords and notices were also issued, simultaneously. The notices maintained to submit maps to the Cantonment Board office as soon as possible, otherwise it will be strict against other building owners. According to the resources, the staff of Food Branch of Rawalpindi Cantt Board has checked 36 food points within different Kent areas and samples of 10 items were obtained, in which 30 food points were issued notices for substandard cleaning and doing business without owning a license and were fined 24000 Rupees. Rawalpindi Cantonment Board Trade License, Professional Tax Branch staff issued 72 notices against unlicensed workers and recovered Rs 88,360. According to the details, Rawalpindi Cantt Board has issued 72 cases against unlicensed workers from different areas of Kent on Saturday.

Issued notices and ordered to renew their licenses from the office of the Continent Board as soon as possible or else the Kent Board will take strict action. Besides, the Trade License Branch of the Kent Board has issued 200 licenses from different parts of Kent since this month. On the instructions of Cantonment Executive Officer Rawalpindi Cantt Muhammad Omar Farooq Ali Malik, the Anti-Encroachment Department of the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board confiscated equipment for using government space in different areas of the cantonment while the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board The operation was started regularly for two days and the furniture items were also confiscated from these areas including Dhok Chaudhry and Range Road. It should be noted that 200 persons were arrested by the management on the last day. Notices were issued to those who said that they would stop illegal encroachments and legal action would be taken against those who did follow the instructions, including confiscation of goods and heavy fines.

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