ISLAMABAD - The Enforcement Wing of Capital Development Authority (CDA) Friday sealed a warehouse under the use of US embassy for raising structure of the building without getting prior approval of the new map of building plan and for violating the building bylaws. The CDAs Building Control Section (BCS) had earlier issued a show cause notice to the warehouse owner for halting the construction work and the raid was conducted for continuing the construction work despite warning, an official of the Authority informed. The raid was conducted under the supervision of Director General Enforcement Ghulam Sarwar Sindhu. A spokesman of CDA said that Malik Mahfooz Ealhi owned the warehouse covering area of more than three acres and a cold drinks factory used the premises of the building and later its trademark was changed as warehouse. According to the spokesman, the allottee has to approve the map of building plan from BCS for changes in the structure of the building after submitting the new building plan with it. He further said that the owner started the construction work without submitting the building plan with Building Control Section of the Directorate. The spokesman informed that the building had been sealed temporarily and after meeting the requirement of CDA, the owner could start the construction work. Responding to a question, he expressed his ignorance that the warehouse was under the use of US embassy adding that the raid was of usual nature action and not specific.