RAWALPINDI: Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) has confiscated six truckloads goods from different markets under its campaign against encroachments.
The anti-encroachment operation on the special instruction of Cantonment Executive Officer (CEO) Faheem Zafar Khan has further been intensified in RCB areas aimed at providing relief to the citizens visiting the markets.
According to RCB spokesman, the grand clean-up operation against encroachments was underway in RCB areas while now it has further been accelerated.
He said, encroachments were removed from Bakra Mandi Road, Tench Bhatta, Chungi no 22, Dhamial Road, Peshawar Road, Westridge Bazar and Allahabad and six truckloads goods were confiscated while enforcement teams also removed illegal banners from different areas.
He said, RCB markets were regularly being visited and the staff concerned conducting raids at main markets.
He said vendors who were found selling their products while displaying on footpaths and different roads were imposed fines with warnings, adding that encroachments both temporary and permanent were also being removed.