The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has recently announced plans to prioritize the development of ignored sectors in Islamabad to improve the city’s infrastructure. The decision comes as part of the authority’s efforts to address the long-standing issue of inadequate infrastructure in some parts of the city.
According to the CDA spokesperson, the authority has identified several sectors in the city that have been ignored in terms of infrastructure development. These sectors include G-12, G-13, G-14, I-12, I-15, and D-12, among others. The authority plans to focus on these areas in the coming months and years to bring them up to par with the rest of the city.
The CDA has also announced that it will be launching a comprehensive development plan for these sectors, which will include the construction of new roads, bridges, and other infrastructure projects. The authority has already allocated funds for these projects and is in the process of finalizing the details of the plan.
This news has been welcomed by residents of these sectors who have long been demanding better infrastructure and amenities. Many have expressed their hope that this development will improve their quality of life and make their neighborhoods more livable.