Three officers of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) were suspended on Saturday for allegedly concealing facts for permitting commercial activity in F-7 Markaz.
Among those whose services have been suspended are Deputy Director General (awaiting for posting) Ghulam Murtaza Malik, Deputy Director Housing Societies Zafar Iqbal and Deputy Director Architecture Ali Abdullah.
According to a CDA officer, the officers had misguided the board recommending it to allow commercial activity in one floor of a building located on plot no. 19 of Sector F-7, allotted to an institute.
According to the orders of Human Resource Development Directorate the officers have been suspended under the CDA Employees Regulation 1992.
However, the suspended officers were of the view that the board had allowed commercial activity in the ground floor of the building, besides approval of construction of an additional floor.