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SC orders allotment of plots to Nullah affecttees in one month   

SC orders allotment of plots to Nullah affecttees in one month   

SC orders allotment of plots to Nullah affecttees in one month   

SC orders allotment of plots to Nullah affecttees in one month   

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KARACHI: The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered to give allotment to the victims of Gujjar Nullah(Gujjar drain) , Orangi and Mahmoodabad Nullah in one month.

In the Supreme Court Karachi Registry, Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faez Isa heard case regarding the payment of compensation to the victims of Gujjar Nullah, Orangi and Mahmoodabad Nullah. Advocate General appeared in the court.

During the hearing, the court said that if there are more victims of the drain, approach the ADC-2 South within a month.

The court inquired that what has been implemented so far. Advocate General Sindh said that the victims are being given a plot of 80 yards and money for construction. The Sindh government had also fixed 1 million expenses for the construction of these houses.

The Chief Justice asked whether the houses removed from the drains were legal or illegal. This is not the money of the government but the money of the people of Sindh and this cannot misuse it.

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The Advocate General told the court that the victims were asking for more money and on the suggestion of the victims, the matter was referred to the Engineering Council. On this, the court said that those who want to get the plot should be allotted and those who want to wait for the decision of the Engineering Council should wait.

During the hearing in the court, two more victims complained of not getting compensation, on which the court asked why they did not get compensation, on this the lawyers of the victims told the court that we are not being listened too.

O this occasion, Advocate General Sindh said that the Commissioner Karachi is the focal person, so if there is a complaint, refer to him, the Commissioner will decide in the light of the documents whether they are affected or not.

On this, the court ordered the Commissioner Karachi to review the complaints of the victims and said that if there is any victim, then their complaint should be heard.

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The Supreme Court directed that if someone is not taking allotment, separate them. The Sindh government should solve all the related issues by itself and submit a report.

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