Islamabad  -In continuation of its campaign against nonconforming use, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) teams yesterday sealed six more premises including the one being used by USAID.
Deputy Director Shafi Marwat, Magistrate CDA Imran Zia along with staff of building control and enforcement directorate carried out crackdown on different offices established in residential houses and sealed house number 32-B, sector F-8/1 which was being used as a property office. The team also sealed house # 6, street 5, F-8/3 which was being used as USAID office; house # 9, street # 30, F-8/1 which was being used as a media office; house # 32-A, Park Road, F-8/2, which was being used as Green Tree office; house # 3, street # 2, F-8/3, which was being used as World Vision office; and house # 63-A, street # 5, F-8/3, which was being used as an NGO office. 
The CDA said as of Monday, the total number of sealed outlets/ premises stood at 160 and the building control directorate shall keep continue this campaign.