The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) on Wednesday sought reply from the Railway Cooperative Society (RCS) within seven days on the application filed by owner of Moon Garden for seeking permission for the sale of residential flat.
A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan heard the petition in Islamabad filed by Abdul Razzaq Khamoosh, owner of the Moon Garden in Karachi, through his counsel Salman Akram Raja. During the course of the hearing, the counsel of petitioner informed the apex court that his client could not arrange the heavy amount of Rs 150 million and his goodwill in the market had also badly affected.
He prayed the court to grant permission for the sale of undisputed apartment, so that amount of surety bond could be submitted.
After the hearing arguments of the counsel of petitioner, the court adjourned the hearing for one week and ordered the Railway Cooperative Society to submit the reply