Pakistan - Chaklala Cantonment Board

Chaklala Cantonment Board is a local governing body responsible for the administration and management of Chaklala Cantonment area, which is located in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Chaklala Cantonment is an important military area and is home to various military installations. The Chaklala Cantonment Board is responsible for providing and maintaining various civic services and amenities within the cantonment area. This includes services such as sanitation, water supply, road maintenance, street lighting, healthcare facilities, education institutions, and other municipal services. The Chaklala Cantonment Board consists of elected members, including civilian representatives and military personnel, who are responsible for decision-making and addressing the needs of the residents in the cantonment area. The elected members are chosen through local bodies elections held periodically.

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Water shortage grips Chaklala Cantonment area

The residents of areas along Sarwar Road are longing for water as the branch lines have not been connected with the mainline.

Locals near Chaklala Cantonment Board (CCB) office are forced to hire water tankers to meet their needs. The main water supply line passing through Sarwar Road was completely impaired, after which MES started work for replacing it three weeks ago.

Owing to the disconnection between the mainline and branches, the residential areas, including Sarwar Road and Sir Syed Road from Panj Sarki to Marrier Hasan Chowk, couldn’t get water. Interestingly, CCB didn’t arrange any water tanker supply system for the residents during the supply cut period.

The cantonment board completed the installation of the mainline last week, but it didn’t connect the branch lines with the alternative source. The citizens are being charged by up to Rs1,000 for the water tankers, which originally is the responsibility of the cantonment board under the public supply system. - Posted on : 13-August-2021

Residents demand repair of dilapidated Dhoke Juma Road

Residents of Askari 7, 14 and various other colonies decried on Sunday the negligence of authorities concerning the condition of Dhoke Juma Road which is in a shabby state for the past decade.

Waheed Qurashi, a resident of Askari 7 Rawalpindi, said that the road is in dilapidated condition for the last many years and was constructed more than a decade ago.

"Thousands of motorists pass through the road every day, but no government department takes action to improve its condition," another resident, Nadeem Malik, lamented.
When contacted, a Chaklala Cantonment Board official admitted that the majority of roads in the cantonment were in poor condition.

"We are chalking out a plan to start work on all roads, he added. - Posted on : 19-May-2021

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