Islamabad’s sector G-13 might get a new police station apart from the coverage offered from the Safe City Project. This development has come as many more sectors are developed in the city.
As per reports, this suggestion was put forward by Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) Director-General Waseem Hayat Bajwa who visited the sector on Sunday to review the construction of the Kashmir Avenue Apartments being built there.
He was briefed about development work on the project which had been inaugurated by PM Khan in March.
Bajwa was told that work on the project continuing as per the schedule, with about 90 per cent of excavation work completed. Bajwa, however, ordered to speed up the pace of development work to meet deadlines.
Also Read: Zimbabwe Cricket Team Reaches Islamabad
He also visited Sector G-13 and inspected check maintenance work there.
The maintenance director said that all road infrastructure work has been completed in the past ten months. Further, work on LED street lights in all sub-sectors is under process, which is expected to be completed within a month.
Further, three parks, six filtration plants, four public enquiry offices, and a school have been constructed and opened to the public. For the remaining three parks, two playgrounds, and a community center, tenders will be floated in the upcoming week. Horticulture works and uplift of green belts is also in progress.
Bajwa further asked to draft out a comprehensive landscaping plan for all green belts in the area and to speed up all remaining development works of Sector G-13.
The security director was told to coordinate with the Safe City authorities to ensure improved security for Sector G-13 and to submit a weekly report on all development and security-related tasks.
He proposed taking up security-related issues with the Islamabad Police, especially for the establishment of a new police station for Sector G-13 for which FGEHA Had allocated a building in the layout plan.