ISLAMABAD: As a result of clashes between locals and law enforcement officials, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has paused its anti-encroachment operation in sector D-11.
In order to resolve unlawful structures in Chauntra village within sector D-11, the CDA’s Directorate of Enforcement launched an operation on September 18. The operation was supported by the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration and Islamabad Police. The mission was to reclaim state property.
Local people who claimed ownership of the land and refused to leave the region put up fierce resistance to law enforcement during the operation.
Locals reportedly threw stones at law officers as emotions grew, prompting an action that included police baton charges and tear gas. During the skirmishes, three villagers and nine police officers were hurt.
It’s important to remember that the Chauntra village is located in a region where military installations are allowed to be built; the property was given to the Ministry of Defence in 2004.
Conflicts between the police and the community lasted for hours, according to the CDA. A sizable contingent of locals later prepared to hold a demonstration at F-9 Park but decided against it after talks with the district administration.
The CDA said in a statement that people involved in land encroachments fired shots and threw rocks at CDA and Islamabad cops and employees. As the enforcement personnel tried to clear the area, they came under firing.
Negotiations to demolish residences built after 2004 were held with legitimately impacted parties prior to the operation’s start.
The operation encountered resistance, however, as encroachers who pretended to be impacted parties opened fire.
The CDA made it clear that the land award for Chauntra village was granted in 1969 and that impacted people received rehabilitation aid and compensation for the land acquired.
There were 30 dwellings, according to a 1985 map from the Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO). There were 342 homes there in 2004 when the site was turned over to the appropriate authorities.
Only 15 to 20 families are currently regarded as real local impacted parties, with the remaining 80 percent either being non-locals who bought CDA-acquired land through stamp papers or who live in homes constructed by locals.
The city police have also launched raids to find those guilty for assaulting law enforcement officers and filed First Information Reports (FIR) against people involved in stone-throwing events.
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