Strict action should be taken against defaulters of FDA, Asif Chaudhry

More than 12 crores were recovered from defaulters, Junaid Hasan Manj

Faisalabad(94 news) 12 crore from defaulters in the last two months by FDA Town Planning II 10 Lakhs have been recovered for which the recovery staff is being kept active all the time and their performance is being monitored. This was told during a meeting presided over by Director General FDA Muhammad Asif Chaudhry, in which the collection of arrears in different periods and the implementation of audit observations were reviewed.

Director Town Planning to Junaid Hasan Manj gave a briefing regarding the collection of arrears and said that the previous 7 During the month 11 Crore 75 Arrears of Rs.1 lakh were received while the special recovery campaign has been accelerated in two months and substantial results have been achieved. In the meeting, Additional Director General Abid Hussain Bhatti, Chief Engineer Meher Ayub, Directors Asma Mohsin, Sohail Maqsood. , Deputy Directors Humira Ashraf, Shahid Pasha, Afzal Ansari, Shah Jahan Babar and other officers were present. Director Town Planning II said that the arrears of map approval fees, fines for illegal constructions, conversion fees and private housing schemes were collected from the defaulters. The dues have been recovered while steps are underway for the recovery of other arrears. Director General FDA expressed his satisfaction and directed the officers of other departments to take action against the defaulters and achieve the recovery targets. Completion In this regard negligence or carelessness will not be tolerated and in case of poor performance the concerned staff will be held accountable. He directed to ensure recovery of commercialization fees and other arrears on priority basis and said. To pay special attention to audit observations and take comprehensive steps to resolve them. He also directed to maintain financial discipline and ensure transparency of expenditure.

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