Rawalpindi - Capital Development Authority (CDA) and WASA Rawalpindi could not come on one page for installing 18 new tube wells along the Islamabad Expressway.

The tube wells are to be installed for supplying water to PP-6 constituency whereas the project will cost Rs 50 million.

The CDA neither gives permission to WASA Rawalpindi for installing tube wells in its areas nor it has issued NOC in this regard and has expressed clearly that if WASA installed tube wells by force then every thing will be demolished.

According to commissioner Rawalpindi, the matter will be taken to Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan.

Meanwhile, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to engage third party for conducting transparent balloting of plots in all the sectors including Park Enclave.

The decision has been taken to get balloting of 1,500 applications conducted in respect of Park Enclave by NADRA, besides including Transparency International in the process of balloting, to ensure its transparency.

Over 1,500 applications have been received against 165 plots in Park Enclave and inflow of applications in such a large number has landed the CDA administration into trouble how to carry out transparent balloting.

Therefore, CDA is desirous for completion of balloting exercise by Pakistan Software board or NADRA.

Sources said the CDA had to auction 700 plots in sector I-15, commercial plots in sector I-12 and thousands of plots in other sectors within a few months; therefore, CDA has taken decision to hire the services of third party for this purpose to ensure transparency in the process.