80 sanitary workers deployed to clean sit-in venues

ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has deputed 80 sanitary workers on daily basis to clean the venue of sit-ins at red zone. An official of CDA Sanitation Directorate told APP that the beauty of red zone and its surrounding is badly affected by the marchers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT). He said that CDA officials expedited cleanliness work on Constitutional Avenue to maintain environment. He said that CDA had also prepared comprehensive plan to remove wild bushes, weeds and grass from the red zone area after demonstration and sit-in. An official of CDA Environment Wing said that authority was carrying work on grass cutting and removing weeds at various highways, intersections, Margalla Hills, Faisal Avenue, Margalla Avenue, F-6, F-7, 9th Avenue, 7th Avenue, IJP Road, Parks and other location to maintain the beauty of federal capital. He said that CDA is also carrying a campaign of plantation of saplings at Margalla hills national parks, intersections and other localities to make Islamabad more green and beautiful. 

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