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The Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) has initiated a crackdown on illegal housing schemes as per directives from the Divisional Intelligence Committee.

An RDA spokesperson announced that the Task Force has intensified operations against several illegal housing schemes. In Taxila, the RDA Enforcement Squad targeted eight such schemes: Aroura Housing Scheme, Al-Khan Enclave, Land Sub-Division, Wah Residencia, Fahad Builders (associated with illegal schemes Education Town/Wah Hills), Al-Madina Land Sub-Division, Education Town/Wah Hills/Kashmir Town, and Khawas Town.

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These schemes were located in Mouzas Lab Thatho, Niko, Bhoti Pind, Buddu, Gari Afghana, and Bajar in Tehsil Taxila, District Rawalpindi. The Enforcement Squad took action by sealing and demolishing the site offices and land sub-divisions of these illegal schemes, as reported by the spokesperson. The operation was conducted under the directives of Commissioner Rawalpindi Division Muhammad Abdul Aamir Khattak, Director General RDA, Additional DG RDA, Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi, and City Police Officer Rawalpindi.

Despite warnings to cease illegal advertisements, plot bookings, and development activities, the owners of these housing schemes persisted in operating booking offices in violation of regulations. The spokesperson emphasized that the crackdown, under the Commissioner’s orders, aims to curb fraudulent activities and protect citizens from exploitation. Citizens were urged to avoid investing in illegal housing schemes and to verify the status of all housing societies, legal and illegal, on the RDA website at

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