ISLAMABAD - The non-serious attitude of PAK PWD survey team is affecting the ongoing survey on assessment of built-up property of Sector G-14, as it is not visiting the site regularly. It was informed during a meeting chaired by the Chief Commissioner Islamabad, Tariq Mahmood Pirzada, here on Thursday that was held to review the progress on the ongoing assessment survey of built-up property in Sector G-14/1,2 and 3. The participants were, however, informed that survey teams consisting of Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA), Pak PWD and Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation have completed assessment of 522 built-up houses in Sector in Sector G-14. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad, Amer Ali Ahmed, Director Administration, Ch Muhammad Ali, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue), Farasat Ali Khan, Magistrate Sadar/Land Acquisition Collector, Khalid Yamin Satti, and officials of Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation and Pak PWD attended the meeting. The meeting was informed that survey of 421 houses in village Thala and 101 houses in village Jhangi Sydan in Sector G-14/1,2,3 had been completed. The meeting was further informed that FIRs had been lodged against the offenders for illegal construction of houses in violation of law. The Chief Commissioner Islamabad said that this task was of very important nature and it required to be completed without further delay for which the teams of ICT Administration along with Magistrate Sadar, (Land Acquisition Collector), ICT and the Tesildar with revenue staff remained present on the site. He said that the next meeting in this connection would be held under the chairmanship of Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Works, in the Ministry. He further directed the officials to ensure that no illegal construction could take place in the area. It was decided to set up 3 more checkpoints in the area with deployment of police there to check any illegal construction activity.