SC orders forensic audit of Gwadar housing societies

Published: November 3, 2018
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Private housing societies have started depositing Rs100,000 for tube wells with the national exchequer, the CJP says. PHOTO: ONLINE/FILE

Private housing societies have started depositing Rs100,000 for tube wells with the national exchequer, the CJP says. PHOTO: ONLINE/FILE

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered forensic audit of housing societies in Gwadar.

A three-member bench, headed by Mian Saqib Nisar, heard the case of housing societies’ forensic audit case.

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Additional Attorney General Nayyar Rizvi told the court that forensic audit of 88 per cent societies had been completed.

Presenting the forensic audit report of Gwadar housing societies, he said, “Forensic audit of 104 hosing societies, out of 112, in Gwadar has been completed.”

“The master plan should be reviewed,” remarked the CJP, adding otherwise mushroom growth would continue.

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The CJP said forensic audit of the housing societies was welcome.
He ordered to conduct the forensic audit of the remaining 12 per cent soon.

“The court will issue a public notice on completion of the forensic audit for hearing objections,” said Justice Nisar.

On water scarcity in Gwadar, the CJP said, “Private housing societies have started depositing Rs100,000 for tube wells with the national exchequer.”

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The additional attorney general pleaded before the bench to grant three more months for the completion of the forensic audit report.

The court issued an order that according to the recent report, the federal and provincial governments have completed 88 per cent of the forensic audit and the recommendations should be implemented.

The court ordered that the remaining 12 per cent audit be completed in one month and a comprehensive report of private housing societies be submitted in two weeks.

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