IHC orders demolition of Navy Sailing Club in three weeks


ISLAMABAD:

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) introduced on Friday its reserved judgment on the development of the Navy Sailing Club, declaring it unlawful and ordering its demolition inside three weeks.

Announcing the decision on the petition of a citizen, IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah additionally sought a report on the implementation of the order.

The IHC CJ dominated that “the navy did not have the authority to engage in any real estate projects”, including that the Capital Development Authority (CDA) didn’t have the authority to problem no-objection certificates (NOCs) to naval farms.

The court docket additional ordered to provoke legal and misconduct proceedings towards former naval chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, who inaugurated the membership, in addition to different officers.

The CJ maintained that “Pakistan’s armed forces had an important status and their mandate has been defined in the Constitution”. He added that the navy didn’t have the authority to undertake actual property ventures and that the identify of the entity can’t be used for actual property enterprise.

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A day earlier, Justice Minallah heard similar instances pertaining to the development of the crusing membership and naval farms and reserved the judgment after listening to arguments.

At the outset of the listening to, the chief justice requested the CDA member that the court docket wished to make clear two factors earlier than asserting its verdict.

He requested whether or not the civic physique issued a no-objection certificates to anybody regardless of there being no such provision within the regulation. The court docket additional requested whether or not the constructions in Zone-IV might be made in 1994.

The CDA member planning adopted the stance that “at that time farmhouses had such permission”.

He additional knowledgeable the court docket that the Naval Sailing Club was nonetheless sealed, including that any constructing might be demolished if it violated the regulation.

To a question by the bench, the CDA member responded that if the NOC of a society was cancelled the authority used to take over the housing society and seal its places of work.

The court docket then requested why any motion was not taken towards the constructions round Rawal Lake.

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