CDA raises 14 objections over PM Imran Khan Bani Gala property regularisation
ISLAMABAD – Capital Development Authority has raised multiple questions and objections over the regularisation of the Bani Gala property held by Prime Minister of Pakistan.
The process for the regularisation of property owned by Prime Minister Imran Khan has come to a halt as the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has raised 14 major objections.
The civic agency has forwarded a letter on Tuesday stating that there were several missing links in the prime minister’s application.
According to the letter, the prime minister did not provide the certified copy of mutation/register Haqdaran-i-Zameen (Fard) issued by the tehsildar and only photocopy of old Fard Inteqal in the name of Jemima Khan was provided.
The authority stated that no proof of ownership in the name of Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi was submitted and until the applicant provides requisite documents, the case for regularisation of the building cannot be processed further.
It added that the attested copy of the computerised national identity card of Imran Khan was also missing while the person representing him was also required to have an authority letter from the owner.
CDA clarified that the prime minister had submitted unsigned sketches of the building, asking the applicant to furnish structural drawings and design along with a structural soundness and stability certificate issued by a CDA-enlisted engineer.
The agency also asked the applicant to provide a plan for the disposal of sewage and solid waste management, seeking the certified copy of Aks Shajra verifying the possession with reference to the ownership from tehsildar, including the site plan superimposed on khasra plan, Dawn News reported.
‘A certificate from the tehsildar and the site plan showing the access from the existing revenue road is required,’ stated the authority and clarified that if there is no access from a revenue road to the site, land under the access road to the site from the revenue road shall be transferred in the name of the capital administration.
The premier was also asked to submit an undertaking for depositing the conversion and development charges as and when determined and asked by the authority.
The authority asked the premier to submit the documents within seven days of the receipt of the reply for regularisation.
Imran Khan’s over 300-kanal house is located in the real estate of Mohra Noor and according to CDA record falls in the sub-zone ‘B’ of Zone IV.