CDA chairman reviews work on 93 civil courts

Our Correspondent
Friday, May 24, 2024

Islamabad: Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Chaudhary Muhammad Ali Randhawa visited 93 civil courts on Thursday and also reviewed the development work in detail.

Officers of the concerned formations accompanied the chairman during his visit. The CDA chairman was briefed that 93 civil courts were constructed with cost of Rs2 billion from CDA’s kitty. He was informed that all the construction cost of was borne by CDA. He was apprised that 93 courts have been operational for the last one and a half years. Courts were made operational after the civil work was completed. He directed that the remaining IT work in 93 Civil Courts G-11/4 should be started immediately.

Similarly, the installation of CCTV cameras including the video conference room should also be completed as soon as possible. He further said that the renovation of 93 civil courts and other repair works should also be completed. He further said that the third party validation of the work be carried out from NesPak and payments will be released only after the satisfaction of the judges. Randhawa also visited Leitigan Facilitation Centre, G-10/1. On the instructions of the Chairman CDA, the construction work of Laitigan Facility Centre G-10/1 which has been restarted.