ISLAMABAD: In order to defend their rights and interests, the allottees of G-14 have decided to become a party in the case being heard by Islamabad High Court. They fear that the land mafia is active to exert political pressure to get the bogus tenders included in the list of the award and have obtained a stay order from the court to stop development work in the sector. The allottees have formed an action committee to contest their case.
A spokesman of the committee told this correspondent that the sector was opened eight years ago and the thousands of allottees including retired employees, widows, lawyers, judges and media persons who have already made payment of the plot to the Housing Foundation. In spite of that development work in the sector is being delayed. Houses have been surveyed in the sector and a list of old and genuine affectees has been supplied to Land Acquisition Collector. But the land mafia is a hurdle in the way. It was under pressure of the land mafia that Director Law Housing Foundation Malik Zafar was transferred. Prior to his transfer he was threatened that names of bogus affectees be included in the list.Allottees of the sector have appealed to Prime Minister Gilani and chief justice of Islamabad High Court to come to their rescue and that justice be done to them.
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