KARACHI: The Karachi Metropolitan Company’s (KMC) anti-encroachment cell demolished on Saturday an workplace of Okay-Electrical, town’s sole energy distributor, constructed on pavement on Shahrah-e-Quaideen highway.
An official of KMC relayed a two-room workplace of the facility utility was pulled down as a part of its anti-encroachment operation.
He mentioned unlawful buildings constructed alongside Shahrah-e-Quaideen and Shaheed-e-Millat Street are being razed.
Afterwards, he mentioned, KMC has ready a technique to launch an anti-encroachment operation across the Jubilee Market.
It’s noteworthy that KMC had earlier this month razed to floor over 100 dastarkhawans constructed on pavements throughout town on directives of the Supreme Court docket.
KMC launched its drive towards installations of welfare organisations from District Central as round 50 dastarkhwans and different installations had been faraway from the footpaths in Golimar, Gulberg, Nazimabad, North Nazimabad and different areas.
In line with a KMC official, welfare organisations which might arrange dastarkhawans or buildings after the elimination will probably be penalised.
A superb of Rs15,000 to 25,000 could be imposed as per Rule 7 of the
Anti-Encroachment Act, 1973.