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Friday, January 19th, 2018

Supreme Court Fixes Important Cases

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Islamabad: Supreme Court of Pakistan has fixed Suo Moto Case No. 18/2010 (Action regarding violation of Public procurement Rules, 2004 in procurement loss of billions of rupees of exchequer caused by National Insurance Company Ltd). The case was heard by a three member Bench headed by the Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan on 27.05.2011 and same was adjourned for 02.06.2011. Now, the case has been re-fixed for hearing before the Court on 02.06.2011 and the notices to parties have also been issued.

Constitution Petition No. 20 of 2009 (Bank of Punjab Vs Haris Steel Mills) has been fixed for hearing before the Court on 02.06.2011. The case was heard on 19.05.2011 by three member Bench headed by the Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan and the same was adjourned for 02.06.2011. Now, the case has been re-fixed for hearing before the Court on 02.06.2011 and the notices to parties have also been issued.

Suo Moto Case No.04/2011 (Action regarding irregularities in purchase of land, etc. by Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation) has been fixed for hearing before the Court on 02.06.2011. The case was heard on 16.05.2011 by two member Bench headed by the Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan wherein the counsel for Federal Government Housing Foundation was directed to file complete documents indicating the manner in which the land was purchased, namely, whether by initiating process of acquisition under Islamabad Land Acquisition Act as well as under the CDA Act or otherwise as according to him despite best efforts land was not made available by the CDA. The case was adjourned to a date in office after two weeks and the same has been re-fixed for hearing before the Court on02.06.2011. Notices to parties have also been issued.

Suo Moto Case No.05/2011 (Action regarding illegal allotment of 4000 plots by CDA, Causing Loss of Billions to the Govt, Exchequer) has been fixed for 02.06.2011. The action was taken on a complaint filed by few employees of CDA alleging that 4000 plots have been allotted in violation of the relevant rules/policy formulated by the CDA itself. 20 % quota has been given to the employees of the CDA without following the prescribed procedure as no such quota could have been allocated and besides that various precious chunks of land have been allotted to a few deputationists of CDA, who belonged to other departments and at the moment they are not serving in the CDA. Besides that the relevant provisions as enumerate din Capital Development Authority Lands Regulations 1993 and 2005 have been violated flagrantly.

The case was heard on 16.05.2011 and adjourned to a date in office after two weeks on request of the Counsel of CDA namely Ch. Muhammad Ramzan, ASC and the same has been re-fixed for hearing before the Court on02.06.2011. Notices to parties have also been issued

For more information, contact:
Shahid Hussain Kamboyo
Public Relations Officer
Supreme Court of Pakistan
Tel: +9251 920 4184
Fax: +9251 920 1001
Email: pro_scp@yahoo.com

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