ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court Thursday directed Capital Development Authority to submit within four weeks a concise report about allotment of plots to 66 federal secretaries in the federal capital. According to sources, Supreme Court has directed CDA to submit a concise report relating to the allotment of plots to 66 federal secretaries within a period of four weeks. Hearing the proceedings on Suo Moto notice the court enquired of CDA on what basis the allotments were made.
A four-member bench of the Supreme Court comprising Mr. Justice Javed Iqbal, Mr. Justice Faqeer Mohammad Khokhar, Mr. Justice Shakirullah Jan and Mr. Justice M. Javed Buttar heard the proceedings. Hearing of the Supreme Court’s show cause notice issued to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr. Sher Afgan Niazi will be held on September 5.
The notice about the date of hearing has been issued by the apex court to attorney general Malik Muhammed Qayyum. Earlier Dr. Sher Afgan Niazi, in an interview to a private TV channel, had refused to accept the Supreme Court’s judgment about return of the Sharif brothers to Pakistan. The court took Suo Motu notice of his statement and directed Dr. Sher Afgan Niazi to submit his written statement within two weeks. -SANA