ISLAMABAD  – The election campaign is getting momentum with every passing day as banners and posters of political parties could be seen everywhere in the federal capital, besides on traffic signboards on the roads.Citizens talking to INP said that displaying posters of candidates has become a problem because activists of political parties paste posters on signboards, poles and on signboards of different departments alongside roads of the federal capital.Muhammad Shahid, a student said that Capital Development Authority (CDA) should take stern action against those who paste posters on signboards and other inappropriate places. “It seems Islamabad belongs to the political parties only because they paste posters anywhere with full impunity,” he added. Citizens demanded the CDA to take notice of the illegal promotion ahead of general elections and ensure implementation of code of conduct of the Election Commission Pakistan (ECP).APP adds:  Tehsil Municipal Administration of Rawal Town in grand operation has removed 300 political banners and 50 political big hoarding boards from several city areas.According to TMA, Rawal Town Spokesman Tahir Mahmood, on the special directives of District Coordination Officer  (DCO) Rawalpindi, Rawal Town administration launched a special campaign to remove all political hoarding boards, stickers, banners and posters exceeding sanctioned size and displayed in violation of code of conduct announced by Election Commission of Pakistan for General Elections 2013. The campaign in this regard was started on April 2 and so far within six days 2500 political banners and 290 big hoarding boards have been removed including of Pakistan Peoples Party, Muslim League-Nawaz, Tehreek-e-Insaf and independent candidates. On the special instructions of administrator Rawal Town Saif Anwar Jappa, Municipal Administration Rawal Town had constituted special teams while Administrator Rawal Town along with the  Town Officer, Jarar Abbas also visited main roads of the city and issued strict orders that all the oversize political signboards, banners and posters should be removed.The administrator warned the candidates that on violation of code of conduct, reports would be sent to ECP. The operation will continue on daily basis till the completion of general elections 2013 and no relaxation will be given to anyone.Meanwhile, Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA), Rawal Town under its grand anti-encroachment operation has imposed fines on 60 shopkeepers while five truckloads goods were confiscated.Town Municipal Officer (TMO), Town Officer Regulation (TOR), Syed Jarar Abbas, Superintendent Haji Pervaiz Mughal, Inspectors along with the staff concerned conducted raids at several roads including Liaquat Road, Iqbal Road, Pirwadhai, Commercial Market, Murree Road, Sadiqabad and other areas and imposed fines on those found indulged in encroachments.  According to TMA, Rawal Town spokesman, the ongoing anti-encroachment operation has further been intensified aimed at clearing the city roads. The spokesman said that the city markets are regularly being visited and staff concerned conducting raids at main markets and roads of the town. He informed that the enforcement staff would continue the operation during the evening shift and the rules violators would be fined.