In a step to ensure protection of green areas in Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan here on Monday directed the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to execute new building code in the capital city at the earliest.
Presiding over a high-level meeting in Islamabad, PM Imran said that keeping in view population growth in Islamabad, it was necessary to execute new building bylaws immediately in the federal capital.
He directed the CDA to take adequate measures to meet the demand of potable water for the masses.
The prime minister also directed the body to evolve a comprehensive plan to meet the requirements of future.
On the occasion, PM Imran okayed re-structuring plan of CDA and directed to table the plan in the upcoming federal cabinet meeting for final approval.
During the meeting, CDA chairman presented the authority’s six-month performance report to the prime minister.
Earlier in a day, Imran Khan said on Monday that talks with India not possible due to the ongoing situation in occupied Kashmir since India revoked its special status in August.
United States Senators Chris Van Hollen and Maggi Hassan met PM Imran wherein they shared their observations about their recent visit to Azad Kashmir.
The premier said his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, had distorted the face of India in front of the whole world and was uncertain himself of India’s current face.
PM Imran, however, said he was the biggest supporter of Pakistan-India talks but it was impossible until the situation changed for the better in occupied Kashmir.