- August 11, 2023
- Posted by: Muhammad Shehzad
- Category: RBS News
The Margalla Hills National Park is a hidden treasure of environmental value and natural beauty located in the stunning vastness of Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) entrusts with the careful administration of this natural treasure in order to preserve and maintain it.
In this news content, we are going to examine the crucial part the CDA played in maintaining the boundaries and integrity of the Margalla Hills National Park.
According to news reported on August 7, the Capital Development Authority has started the long-delayed designation of the Margalla Hills National Park (MHNP).
According to the details, the Margalla Hills National Park’s boundaries mark by the civic organization within 60 days of the Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) directive. In Sinyari, the civil agency recently started installing boundary pillars. In coordination with the Survey of Pakistan, its efforts to determine precise boundaries.
A CDA official reveals that this process involves continuous work, with pillar installation as soon as the Survey of Pakistan finalizes the locations. It has placed approximately 150 pillars in Sinyari. And the intention is to complete the entire task within two months.
The challenge facing the Capital Development Authority is striking an appropriate balance between protecting the environment and urban growth. The Margalla Hills National Park’s boundaries have been precisely marked by it. Also demonstrating their understanding of the significance of effective urban planning.
Margalla Hills National Park’s boundaries are defined by the Capital Development Authority (CDA). It demonstrates the importance of the CDA in protecting this natural asset. It ensures to protect the Margalla Hills National Park. By upholding a delicate balance between urban development and environmental preservation, serving as an outstanding example of responsible government.