October 29, 2012
ISLAMABAD - Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Syed Tahir Shahbaz has lauded the untiring efforts of that the Sanitation Staff who put extra ordinary efforts to keep the city clean, odourless and have removed about 45,000 offals of the sacrificial animals in the federal capital.
Why not just stop this sick practice. Hey its that time of the year. Lets get a cow and cut its throat. I just love the site of blood.
These efforts deserve appreciation. He expressed these views while talking to Media during monitoring the operation carried out by the Authority for collection and safe disposal of entrails, offals and carcasses of sacrificial animals in Islamabad during the Eid-ul-Azha.
Nice going guys, we don't want dead carcasas of Cows and sheep laying around the streets.
If Pakistan and other Muslim countries put more of the money into more constructive works instead of being tied up cleaning dead cows and other animals entrals from the street, who knows how much better all of these dumb savages might be.
The entire Sanitation Staff remained on toes round the clock in three shifts during Eid days and their leaves were cancelled. The city was divided into six zones for effective implementation of the action plan. Zone one included Sectors F-5, F-6, G-5, G-6, Blue Area and Bari Imam. Zone two area consist of sectors E-7, F-8, F-7, G-7, G-8, Faisal Mosque and F-10, F-11, G-13 and Golra Sharif were included in Zone-3.
Sectors G-9, G-10 and G-11 were in Zone-4. H-8, H-9, H-10, H-11, I-8, I-9, I-10 and I-11 were in Zone-5 and the zone six included the areas of Model Town, Highway, Model village, Shahzad Town, Rawal Town, Margalla Town and Humak.
About 29 deep ditches dug at accessible locations in entire Islamabad for proper disposal of offals.
Chairman CDA appreciated the cooperation extended by the citizens for keeping the city clean in tidy condition during three days of Eid ul Azha.