ICT Administration Imposes Ban On Transfer Of Properties In Ghauri Town.

ISLAMABAD -- The district administration on the request of the Capital Development Authority has imposed a ban on the transfer of properties in illegal housing society Ghauri Town.

The Directorate of Regional Planning CDA had written a letter last month in which it was informed to the district administration that the departmental accounts committee has recommended a ban on the transfer of properties in all phases of Ghouri Town. It was requested in the letter to immediately stop issuance of registries of land in illegal Ghouri Town. The Directorate also requested to provide the details of the revenue estates where the said housing scheme is located for further submission before the DAC.

Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Irfan Nawaz Memon after receiving the letter directed the additional deputy commissioner revenue to impose a ban as requested immediately.

Resultantly, the Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue Islamabad issued a letter directing the concerned officers to strictly follow the ban orders.

Few days back, the CDA teams have also sealed the offices of said illegal housing society in the presence of their Senior Special Magistrate Sardar Muhammad Asif to stop illegal sale and purchase of plots. It is pertinent to note here that the Ghauri Town was developed in the last one decade, during which the CDA did not make an effort to stop illegal development but it is a matter of record that whenever the civic body moved forward against said illegal housing society, the owners successfully managed to defuse the situation by using their links in powerful quarters.

Few days back, CDA teams have also sealed offices of said illegal housing society

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