CDA asks Imran Khan to provide documents for regularization of Banigala residence
ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in a letter asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to provide the requisite documents for regularization of his private house at Banigala.
Three member bench of Supreme Court (SC), headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar while hearing the case of illegal buildings constructed in Bani Gala , directed the CDA to regularize the commercial and domestic buildings in Bani Gala by getting regularization fee.
According to the letter of civic body, certified copy of mutation/register Haqdaran-i-Zameen (Fard) issued by the tehsildar and attested copy of the computerized national identity card of the owner [Imran Khan] was required.
The other documents for the regularisation process are authority letter in favour of person processing the case and certified copy of Aks Shajra verifying the possession with reference to the ownership from tehsildar, including the site plan super imposed on khasra plan.
The civic agency also asked the applicant to provide a plan for the disposal of sewage and solid waste management.
Imran Khan was also asked to submit an undertaking for depositing the conversion and development charges as and when determined and demanded by the CDA, the letter added.
Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2018