LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar summoned on Thursday an in depth report over the land acquisition for the Supreme Court Bar Association Housing Society (SCBAHS) in six weeks.
A four-member bench of the apex court docket’s Lahore Registry, headed by Chief Justice Nisar, heard the case pertaining to the development of the housing society for the authorized fraternity.
During the court docket proceedings, the CJP inquired in regards to the progress in buying land for the housing society. Replying to him, a public lawyer shared that steps are being taken to realize land for the society.
Chief Justice Nisar additional remarked: “The court orders are not being implemented strictly.” He directed the related authorities to not take the land of any one that is unwilling simply to make attorneys joyful. “We shouldn’t get complaints that land was taken forcibly,” the highest decide asserted.
It appears as if the Islamabad administration is upset with attorneys, which is why they preserve partaking in delay techniques, noticed Chief Justice Nisar.
Moreover, the president of Supreme Court Bar Association shared with the court docket that Rs5 billion has been collected for the housing society, including that eight,200-Kanal land is required for the society.
On November 21, an Islamabad High Court (IHC) bench, headed by Justice Athar Minallah, had issued a keep after in respect of a Land Acquisition Collector (LAC) notification dated October 28, 2016 for buying land for the Supreme Court Bar Association Housing Society (SCBAHS).
The petition, which was filed by the Government Officers Cooperative Farming Society, by way of their counsel Saeed Khurshid Ahmed, had said that the SCBAHS had acquired eight,194 Kanals and 15 Marlas of land in Mouza Tamma and Mohrian located in Zone-IV of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) in contravention of the Land Acquisition Act 1984 (LAA), and due process of regulation.