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PM’s Bani Gala residence shall be first to be regularized: CJP

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ISLAMABAD : Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Tuesday stated Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Bani Gala residence would be the first to be regularised.

The chief justice’s remarks got here as he headed a bench of the Supreme Court docket listening to a case concerning encroachments and environmental degradation in Bani Gala.

The bench directed {that a} committee with particular powers be shaped underneath the chairmanship of the inside secretary to make sure the regularisation of properties in Bani Gala.

The committee will embrace Capital Growth Authority (CDA) chairman and secretaries of the ministries of housing, native authorities and local weather change and can submit its report in 10 days.

Because the listening to went underneath method, the extra legal professional normal knowledgeable the bench, “The fourth half within the report pertains to contamination in Rawal Lake and sewerage from 50 union councils and 59 housing societies is dumped there.”

To this, the chief justice remarked, “We need to see the efficiency of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members. They’re those who filed a petition concerning this situation and now that they’re in energy, we need to see what they do.”

Justice Nisar then turned to PM Imran’s counsel Babar Awan and requested, “What steps did you folks take within the final 50 days?”

Awan responded that “Shaheryar Afridi is wanting over the matter nowadays”.

The chief justice then remarked, “PM Imran’s home would be the first to be regularised and this shouldn’t be taken as a political assertion.”

Stating that the premier is a petitioner within the case, Justice Nisar stated, “PM Imran needs to be the primary to pay penalty.”

“After folks know that the prime minister has paid penalty, then they are going to be requested to regularise their properties,” he added.

Additional, the chief justice stated, “We is not going to grant permission for building of latest properties until the regularisation situation is sorted.”

Justice Nisar additionally said, “We wish the water and atmosphere to be clear as effectively and can look into the matter concerning contamination in Rawal Lake individually.”

The listening to of the case was then adjourned until October 29.

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