A team from the Sindh Construction Control Bureau and the local government began to demolish the Nasra Building on Monday.
The development comes just two days before the SBCA is due to submit a report in the Supreme Court regarding the demolition of Nasla Tower.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan last month ordered the demolition of the Nasla Tower, a multi-storey residential building along with the Shahrae Faisal. Nasla Tower was declared to have been built on encroached land by the Supreme Court on June 16 this year.
Anti-encroachment is present outside Nasla Tower.
East Deputy Commissioner Asif Jan said that they have started demolishing the building in conventional way. He said that the SBCA team is also with them.
Initially, the team was demolishing the doors, windows and walls of the building.
DC Jan said that the decision to demolish the structure has not yet been made.
The technical committee established to evaluate the letter of intent or letter of intent to demolish the Nasra Building submitted by a local company was unable to finalize a company to complete the work.