ISLAMABAD (Monitoring desk): The Supreme Court has summoned documents of Bani-Gala residence of Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan on Tuesday from Capital Development Authority (CDA).
Bani-Gala residential infrastructure was threatened to be demolished by Chief Justice Pakistan, Mian Saqib Nisar if it turned out to be against the laws and regulations of the CDA.
“Building regulations must be abided,” the chief justice remarked.
Imran Khan’s counsel Babar Awan pointed out that CDA has no jurisdiction over private properties such as Bani-Gala rendering constructions around Rawal Dam as illegal.
In a hearing on May 9, 2017, CDA had declared the construction of Imran khan’s Bani-Gala home as illegal.
A report submitted by CDA in Supreme Court disclosed that the authority had declared 122 buildings as illegal, including Imran Khan’s Bani-Gala residence. It alleged that the construction was against the regulations of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT).
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FAISALABAD: State Minister for Power Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali Monday said that people have rejected agitational politics of Imran Khan.
He was talking to the media after inaugurating newly-built academic block of 6 classrooms at MC Girls Primary School in People’s Colony No 2, here.
He said that the PML-N government had initiated and completed a number of development projects to make Pakistan a developed and prosperous state, but some elements launched politics of protests only to sabotage the development projects.
He said that all anti-development elements had united against the PML-N, but the people of Pakistan were fully aware of true faces of the plunderers.
The state minister also criticised Sheikh Rashid saying that earlier he was a follower of dictator Pervez Musharraf, and now he is hatching conspiracies against democracy.
He should remember that the people of Rawalpindi would reject him in the next general elections.
He said that the PML-N is the only party which is striving to improve the living standards of people, especially those belonging to oppressed segments of society. Therefore, people will once again vote and support it in the next elections, he added.