Islamabad: Chairman Muhammad Ali Randhawa of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and Chief Commissioner of Islamabad has unveiled plans for establishing an Old Age Home and Vocational Center in Islamabad.

During a performance review meeting aimed at evaluating the Chief Commissioner’s Office and its subordinate departments, Randhawa highlighted the upcoming launch of a mobile app and dashboard. These tools are designed to monitor the daily activities of Assistant Commissioners and officers of the Islamabad Food Authority, ensuring greater transparency and efficiency.

The meeting was attended by the Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad, along with officials from various departments, including Administration, Development & Finance, Agriculture, Labour, and Women. Each officer presented an overview of their department’s performance and ongoing initiatives to the Chief Commissioner, emphasizing the collaborative efforts towards the city’s development.

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