ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Thursday allotted 321 plots in sector I-12 and I-14 to people, in lieu of deleted plots.

The plots were allotted through balloting conducted by National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra).

According to CDA Member Estate Naveed Ilahi, the plots were allotted to people whose land was deleted from maps of the said sectors during revision of design and those whose land was allotted to other people [double allotment].

CDA officials said 205 plots were allotted in sector I-12 and 116 were allotted in sector I-14. The balloting was held at the CDA headquarters, attended by a number of CDA officers.

Mr Ilahi said that soon CDA will also allot plots to affected persons of sector E-12 to get possession of the sector. He said currently their application is being scrutinised.

Sector E-12 was launched in 1989, but so far, the CDA has not developed it. However, recently a commission formed by Islamabad High Court (IHC), directed the CDA to start work on development in E-12.

“This issue is going to be resolved soon, as we will allot plots to affected persons of E-12 in sector I-12,” the member said.

Published in Dawn, April 9th, 2021

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