Islamabad - The eighth meeting of the Board of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) was held on Monday under the chair of Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed at CDA Headquarters Islamabad. The meeting was attended by Nayyar Ali Dada, Iftikhar Hassan Arif, Ali Asghar Khan, Dr. Muhammad Ali among other board members. The decisions of the sixth and seventh meetings were approved.
A summary of the auction of commercial plots held on August 4 and 5 was presented to the board in which the auction of 22 commercial plots was approved by the board, while the bid of one commercial plot was cancelled for falling below the stipulated price. The efforts of the auction committee were also appreciated in the meeting
In addition, the board also approved an increase in the mess and uniform allowance of 1122 permanent nurses of the Directorate who are performing their duties in BPS 16 and above from July 1, 2019.
In addition to the development projects in Islamabad and the provision of quality services to the citizens, PC-2 for the smart city in the next six months as agreed to be prepared. The meeting also decided the Islamabad bus service project to be started soon. The launch of the project with 20 buses on three different routes was decided at the meeting. Initially, the project will be funded by CDA but in future a commercial company will be incorporated that will run the project on commercial basis.
In addition, approval was also given to add 38 kanals to the land of the third Muslim graveyard in Sector H-13 of Islamabad which consists of 80 kanals of land.
In addition, a committee consisting of Member Finance, Member Engineering, Member Administration and Vice Chancellor of Quaid-i-Azam University has been constituted to report on setting up a museum for students at Quaid-i-Azam University. The report will be presented at the board meeting.
In addition, amendments to the CDA Service Regulation 1992 also approved that only the competent authority for appointment would be authorized to take disciplinary action.