Imran Khan did not get approval of Bani Gala site plan since 1999: official


ISLAMABAD: Additional Attorney General has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan did not had the site plan of his Bani Gala residence approved since 1999.

The proceedings of the Bani Gala encroachment case was heard in Supreme Court of Pakistan.

In his arguments, Additional Attorney General Rana Waqar confessed that that Imran Khan does not had the approval of the site plan since 1999.

Khan’s counsel Babar Awan said that they contacted the Union Council – Bara Kahu after purchasing the land but they did not had the authority to approve the map.

Awan submitted the documents regarding the approval of the map.

The court ordered Khan to get the documents approved within 20 days. He has also been ordered to submit Rs. 2 million as precaution.

The bench has also sought a detailed report on increasing population and complete record of the encroachments – around the Raval Dam – being given from lease.

Capital Development Authority, in the hearing, informed the court that that waste of the settlements – located around the Raval Dam – gets spill into the dam.

“Punjab Government provide the same water after treatment,” CDA statement.

Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar adjourned the hearing for an indefinite period of time.

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Story first published: 22nd February 2018

Originally Posted on SamaaNews


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