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The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has stepped up its efforts to recover outstanding fees by sealing seven commercial properties in Gulshan-e-Ravi.

The operation, spearheaded by TP Zone 1 Director Ayesha Mutahir under the guidance of LDA Director General Tahir Farooq, targeted various businesses including medical stores, grocery shops, and private schools.

Ayesha noted that these properties had accrued significant unpaid commercialization fees despite multiple prior notices. She emphasized that the crackdown on defaulters and illegal constructions would persist across the city.

In a related meeting focusing on LDA’s revenue generation, DG Tahir Farooq conducted a thorough review of the Town Planning Wing directors’ performance. Chief Town Planners One and Two presented detailed reports specific to their respective areas.

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Farooq underscored the importance of achieving recovery targets before the end of the fiscal year and urged teams to diligently pursue these objectives on a daily basis. He called for sustained action against illegal commercial activities and mandated daily performance reports from chief town planners.

The meeting also deliberated on revenue targets concerning metropolitan planning, LDA City, and land sales. Farooq instructed the auction director to outline the calendar for the upcoming fiscal year.

Senior LDA officials, including Chief Town Planner One Asad Zaman, Chief Town Planner Two Azhar Ali, Chief Metropolitan Planning Faisal Qureshi, Director Finance Kashif Imran, and Director Auction Ali bin Sahil, were in attendance.

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