Plots allotted to judges through the PM secretariat

PM Secretariat issues letter to Housing Foundation under judges' names.


Express October 27, 2010

ISLAMABAD: According to PM Secretariat letter No (PMS-1-082, 083,084 &085)-HF, Justice Nawaz Abbasi, Justice Faqir Mohammad Khokhar, Justice Javed Iqbal Buttar and Justice Syed Saeed Ashad were allowed plots in D-12/2 on 18.1.2008 after the PM Secretariat issued a letter to the Housing Foundation in their name. Three judges, Justice Sardar Mohammad Raza Khan, Justice Shakirullah Jan and Tasaddiq Hussain Jilani, were allotted plots on 28.11.2008 in D-12 in compliance with PM secretariat letters numbers PMS-1-117,118 &119)/-HF.

Eight more SC judges – Justice Nasirul Mulk, Justice Falak Sher, Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday, Justice Syed Jamshed Ali, Justice Syed Zahid Hussain, Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Javed Iqbal were allotted plots on 19.11.2009 in sector D-12 on the orders of PM Secretariat numbers PMS—1-203, 202, 201, 205, 207, 204, 206 & 200/ HF. Justice Ch Ijaz Ahmed has quite recently been allotted plot number 188 A, in D-12/4 on May 5, 2010, in line with the PM Assistance Package.

Apart from these judges, the following judges were also given two plots in Islamabad in violation of the government’s one-plot policy. The beneficiaries of these questionable allotments are (1) Mr Justice Mansoor (former secretary law) who first got plot no. 804 in G G14/3 on 4.9.04. He was given a second plot, no. 285 in D-12/2 on 2.1.06. (2) Justice Mohammad Nawaz Abbasi first got plot no. 401 in D-12/2 on 18.1.2008. He also got another plot, no. 29 in G-13/2 on 21.9.2009. (3) Justice Mohammad Javed Buttar got one plot, no 60 in G-14/3 on 15.9.2004. He was given a second plot, no. 397 in D-12/2 on 18.1.2008. (4) Justice Syed Saeed Arshad first got a plot, no. 58 in G-14/3, in 2004. He was then given another plot, no. 405 in D-12/2 in 2008. (6) Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar (chief justice) first got plot no. 268 in D-12/3 in 2008. He got another plot, no. 43, on 21.9.2009 in G-13/4. (7) Justice Sardar Raza Khan first got plot no. 62 in G 13/4 on 21.9.1999. He was given a second plot, no. 273, on 28.1.2008 in D-12/4. (8) Sardar Mian Shakirullah Jan first got plot no. 1385 in G-14/4 on 29.5.2002. He was given a second plot, no. 214, in D-12/4 on 28.11.2008. (9) Justice Tasaddiq Hussain Jilani first got plot no. 1401 in G-14/4 on 18.12.2002. He was given a second plot, no. 290, in D-12/4 on 28.1.2008. (10) Justice Nasirul Mulk was first given plot no. 7 on 9.10.2004. He got a second plot, no. 57, in D-12/4 on 19.11.2009. (11) Justice (r) Falak Sher first was first allotted plot no. 97 in G-13/3 on 2.8.2005. He was given a second plot, no. 331, in D-12/4 on 19.11.2009. (12) Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday was first allotted a plot on 4.9.2004 in G-14/3. He then was given a second plot, no. 229 in D-12/3, on 19.11.2009. (13) Justice (r) Syed Jamshed Ali also first got a plot in G-14/3 on 4.9.2004. A second plot, no. 230, was allotted to him in D-12/4 on 19.11.09. (14) Justice Syed Zahid Hussain was also allotted two plots – first in G-14/3 on 21.10.2004, and then plot no. 188 in D-12/2 on 19.11.2009.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 27th, 2010.

COMMENTS (8)

a naqi | 11 years ago | Reply One really feels pitty for the most Honorable and man of principle Mr Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chuadry who is encicled by such a peaple. Now it is high time to hold all such pious of the pious accountable for proffessional micconduct and betrayel to the worthy office the are holding.
Ahmer Ali | 11 years ago | Reply Assalam-o-Allaikum Warahmatullah.PM Gillani is distributing the most expensive plots in the judges in Islamabad generously as these plots are PM Gillani's personl property.If PM Gillani has soft corner in his heart for the SC's judges then he should have to distribute the plots from his own property not from Pakistan's most expensive property and this is the live example of growing bureaucracy under the umbrella of government for the obtaining of its illegal benefits from the bureaucracy and to create more and more corruption in the key departments of Pakistan.
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