–Civic authority raises 14 objections on PM Imran’s application, says several important documents missing from file
The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has halted the process of regularisation of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s estate in Bani Gala, raising 14 major objections on the application, according to a report in the local media on Friday.
A CDA letter dated November 20 stated that there were several missing links in the prime minister’s application seeking the regularisation of his house.
According to the letter, Khan along with his application and documents did not provide the certified copy of mutation/register Haqdaran-i-Zameen (Fard) issued by the tehsildar.
“Only photocopy provided was of the old Fard Inteqal in the name of Jemima Khan. No proof of ownership in the name of Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi (was submitted),” said the letter.
Until Imran Khan provides requisite documents, his case for regularisation of the palatial building cannot be processed further, CDA letter says.
It added that the attested copy of the computerised national identity card of the owner (Imran Khan) was required for processing the regularisation while the person processing the case was also required to have an authority letter from the owner.
The CDA said along his application the prime minister had submitted unsigned sketches of the building which were not acceptable for the purpose of regularisation.
The civic agency asked the applicant to furnish structural drawings and design along with a structural soundness and stability certificate issued by a CDA-enlisted engineer.
The civic agency also asked the applicant to provide a plan for the disposal of sewage and solid waste management.
It also sought the certified copy of Aks Shajra verifying the possession with reference to the ownership from tehsildar, including the site plan super imposed on khasra plan.
Besides, a certificate from the tehsildar and the site plan showing the access from the existing revenue road is required. In case of no access from a revenue road to the site, land under the access road to the site from the revenue road shall be transferred in the name of the capital administration, it added.
The prime minister was also asked to submit an undertaking for depositing the conversion and development charges as and when determined and asked by the CDA.
“In this regard, you [Imran Khan] are advised to provide the same within seven days of the receipt of this application so that the decision regarding regularisation of your building may be taken up as per rules,” the letter concluded.
Meanwhile, officials concerned told local media that without getting the required documents the civic agency could not move forward on the regularisation of the house.
Mr Khan’s over 300-kanal house is located in the real estate of Mohra Noor and according to CDA record falls in the sub-zone ‘B’ of Zone IV.