ISLAMABAD-The Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) Wednesday directed the Capital Improvement Authority (CDA) to submit its detailed reply in a case associated to the cost of compensation to the affectees of various CDA sectors.
A single bench of IHC comprising Chief Justice of IHC Justice Athar Minallah issued the instructions whereas listening to the petitions of the affectees of various sectors of the federal capital.
In the course of the listening to, the Chief Justice remarked that incidents of crime and land grabbing had been growing whereas the affectees had been ready for his or her proper. He mentioned that even a single plot wouldn’t be allotted to anybody until the cost of compensation to the final affected particular person is paid.
Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on CDA Affairs Ali Nawaz Awan was additionally current within the courtroom on this case. He advised the bench that the affectees had been being invited in each assembly pertaining to the matter.
He mentioned that they had been attempting to resolve the problem of plots of 1,300 affectees. He additionally mentioned that now the balloting was being performed by way of Nationwide Database Regulatory Authority (NADRA). Chief Justice Athar remarked that there was a battle of curiosity into the affairs of CDA. He added that if the affected particular person approached any officer for answer of their challenge, the involved official can also be discovered concerned in it.
After this, the courtroom deferred listening to of the case until September 18 for additional proceedings.
In the meantime, the identical bench additionally suspended a notification issued by the AGPR to halt the pension of former director basic FIA Bashir Memon and directed the authority to submit a report after reviewing the matter.
In the course of the proceedings, Chief Justice Athar requested from the consultant of AGPR that beneath what legislation the pension of somebody may very well be stopped.
The AGPR counsel pleaded that Bashir Memon had resigned from his put up. Then the courtroom requested that if there was any ban on tendering resignation.
Justice Athar mentioned that his resignation was accepted and paperwork had been accomplished then what was the explanation to cease his pension.
He additionally questioned that why the pension of the previous director basic FIA was stopped when the AGPR had ready related paperwork. He additionally requested that whether or not the division had stopped the pension of some other such senior officer prior to now.
The AGPR lawyer mentioned that the pension was stopped beneath part 465 B(1).
At this the bench noticed that this legislation was not relevant on the petitioner. After this, the courtroom directed the AGPR to assessment its determination and adjourned the case for ten days.