RAWALPINDI - Installation of huge hoarding advertisement boards on high-rise buildings in the jurisdiction of Rawal Town Municipal Administration (RTMA) continues in sheer violation of building security by-laws.The hoarding boards can cause big damage in case of any natural disaster. According to sources, inspection of the building structure for the installation of the signboard is limited to paper work now.Huge sign boards on plazas and buildings can be seen in thickly populated areas like Raja Bazaar, Iqbal Road, Fawara Chowk, Liaquat Road, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed, Asghar Mall Road, City Saddar and others.Moreover, towers of telecommunication companies and massive generators are also fixed on the roofs of many shopping plazas and towers in different areas of the city.Sanaullah Bhutta, a resident, said that RTMA officials, provincial government and parliamentarians from the area have been informed about the issue but no effective measures have been taken to-date against the huge hoarding boards and towers. Residents of the areas demanded of the chief minister Punjab and the RTMA high-ups to start a campaign against the dangerous billboards and telecommunication towers to save them from any untoward incident. Online adds: Massive billboards neon signs, towers fixed atop multi-storied buildings of Rawalpindi pose severe life hazards for unsuspecting citizens. These billboards and neon signs, on such dense localities of TMA Rawal Town, include Murree Road, Raja Bazaar, Iqbal Town etc have been fixed there illegally and any scrutiny, monitoring of the situation remains limited to mere paper work.The most frightening aspect of it all is that many of the building hosting these massive instruments of hazard are also in quite a dilapidated condition.