ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani on Thursday took notice on a news report regarding dumping of garbage in the federal capital and directed the CDA chairman to submit a report on the issue within two weeks.
The CJP took notice on the clipping wherein it was stated that Margalla Hills depicted the beauty of Islamabad, but the city managers had been caught turning it ugly.
It was further reported that a CDA board on the road leading to the stinking smoking site warned the public against investing in any scheme in its ‘preserved forest area’ of the Margalla Hills National Park.
Taking the cognisance, the chief justice of Pakistan ordered the CDA chairman to hold meetings with the Environment Protection Agency director general and submit a detailed report in this regard.
The CJP also directed him to manage a proper long-term composite solid waste management plan with an emphasis on recycling, to the extent possible.
The CJP also directed the authority to take steps to reverse the damage done to the subject site and submit its report within two weeks.
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