Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran chief Tahirul Qadri’s call to end the long march was only some of the shocking development, as protesters broke camping departing Jinnah Avenue searching just like a landfill with around one hundred tone of garbage left in the capital. Cabinet Division Secretary Nargis Sethi on Friday directed the main city Development Authority (CDA) to wage a clear-up fight against the garbage heaps left by hundreds of 1000’s of protesters who had camped at D-Chowk and Jinnah Avenue. Speaking to Pakistan Television (PTV), she stated garbage was not discarded correctly throughout the long march, and it is venue looked filthy.CDA Chairman Tahir Shahbaz had created teams under the supervision of administration and environment people to accomplish the hygiene operation within six hours.About 200 staff people from the Sanitation Directorate had arrived at the avenue each morning having a number of 65 automobiles and necessary equipment. The chairman stated the CDA had effectively restored the town to the natural and delightful condition. He stated the CDA had reopened the streets for traffic, as people have been facing problems regarding movement. A CDA official stated the garbage contained plastic containers, bags, wasted food, food packs, stays and fruit peel. Shahbaz stated the CDA would contact traders to request whether or not they needed the authority’s help regarding hygiene, because the marchers had also camped around the paths in markets. The marchers had triggered harm to decorative plants, grass, grills and palms on sides from the avenue.