Under the leadership of RDA’s Director General, Muhammad Saif Anwar Jappa, the authority is cracking down on illegal housing schemes to uphold the law and protect the rights of citizens.
In this operation, RDA is not discriminating; it’s applying the housing regulations uniformly to ensure fairness. The authority has recently taken action against 13 illegal private housing schemes, including places like Royal Garden City and Orbit International.
The Metropolitan Planning and Traffic Engineering Directorate of RDA has issued notices to these unauthorised schemes. But the action doesn’t stop at issuing notices. Director General Jappa is determined to root out illegal activities in housing. He has directed the Directorate to take legal action against those who are promoting and advertising these unauthorised schemes. This includes filing FIRs (First Information Reports) against the owners.
The message is clear: those managing these illegal housing schemes must stop marketing unapproved projects immediately. They are encouraged to follow the legal process and contact RDA to obtain the necessary NOCs (No Objection Certificates) and formal approval for their schemes. These steps are in line with the law and are meant to ensure the safety and legitimacy of housing projects.
What about the average citizen? Well, RDA has a piece of advice for them too. It’s crucial not to invest in illegal housing schemes. To make sure your investment is safe, you should verify the status of any scheme you’re considering on the official RDA website, which is www.rda.gop.pk. This simple step can help you make informed decisions and protect your hard-earned money.
RDA aims to create a safe and secure living environment for everyone. It’s all about ensuring that housing in Rawalpindi follows the law and puts people’s interests first.