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Half of Karachi has been encroached upon: CJP

Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed
Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed chastised a senior member of the Board of Income (BoR) Thursday at a listening to on the computerization of Sindh’s land data, telling him that half of Karachi has been illegally occupied.

The chief justice scolded the senior member of the BoR for presenting a faulty and unsatisfactory report, telling him to “cease feeding us lies and tales.”

“You’re neither a Munshi, nor a Babu,” stated Justice Gulzar.

Through the listening to, Justice Gulzar reprimanded the BoR consultant, stating that greater than half of Sindh’s land is illegally occupied.

Angered on the photos connected within the report submitted by the BoR, Justice Gulzar stated, “Give this lollipop to another person, not us.”

“If you don’t comply with the courtroom’s orders, you could be jailed for contempt of courtroom,” Chief Justice Gulzar warned.

Justice Aijaz ul Ahsan questioned the income board member about encroachments in Hyderabad, Sukkur, and Larkana.

Talking about Karachi, Justice Aijaz said that it’s a important concern as a result of 9 encroachment instances alone referring to town have been filed already.

“In every single place there are good and unhealthy people, however sadly, we’ve got soiled individuals,” said Chief Justice Gulzar.

Justice Qazi Ameen, who was additionally a part of the bench listening to the case, reminded the senior member of the BOR that he’s an worker of the federal government, and never of a personal particular person.

Slamming the income board official, Justice Gulzar stated not a single construction on the encroached land has been demolished by authorities.

He lamented that solid papers are issued and unlawful buildings have been constructed on town’s College Street, the Tremendous Freeway, areas close to the airport, and Malir.

“Homes have been constructed throughout the Malir River space, on authorities land and areas designated for parks and charitable ventures,” Chief Justice Gulzar said.

He ordered the BOR’s senior member to reclaim illegally occupied authorities land from the occupiers and supply a report inside one month.

“Go, do your job and inform the courtroom in regards to the variety of unlawful buildings you may have demolished [in future hearings],” directed the chief justice.

“This can be a two-week job,” Justice Qazi Amin remarked.