Saeed Ghani, the Minister for Local Government in Sindh, has called upon the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) to adopt a zero-tolerance stance towards illegal constructions in Karachi.

In his inaugural visit to the SBCA office since assuming office, Ghani emphasized the need for unwavering action against individuals engaged in unauthorized construction activities across the city.

Asserting accountability, Ghani declared that the additional director of the SBCA would be held liable should any unauthorized construction occur henceforth in Karachi's neighborhoods.

Furthermore, he directed all building inspectors, senior building inspectors, and additional building inspectors to submit monthly reports detailing any instances of illegal construction within their respective jurisdictions.

Ghani emphasized the necessity for the SBCA's rules to clearly outline the protocol for identifying responsibility in cases of illegal construction.

Additionally, he urged SBCA officials to launch a comprehensive public awareness campaign to educate citizens about the risks associated with purchasing properties involved in unauthorized construction projects.

Highlighting the importance of legal enforcement, Ghani stressed the need for amendments to relevant laws and regulations to ensure stringent legal action against builders found guilty of engaging in unauthorized construction activities.

 
 

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