Islamabad: National Assembly Standing Committee on Government Assurance voiced severe concern over the slow pace of development of E-12 Sector, Islamabad, and asked the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to hasten the development work and to take action against malpractices.
On Monday at Parliament House, the committee met with MNA Muhammad Afzal Khokhar presiding. The committee examined the issues connected to the development and delivery of possession of Sector E-12 plots to the allottees, who had paid full price and development charges.
It is pertinent to state that the committee was informed that despite taking the number of plots from former government workers, more than 35 years have passed however the allottee’s plots have not yet been distributed.
The committee instructed the CDA to finish Sector E-12’s development work as soon as possible and to deliver the plots to the allottees.
The committee was informed that several employees of the police, PTV, Radio Pakistan, and other institutions who performed their duties during the National Assembly’s budget session have not yet received payment for the honorarium of the budget 2022–23.
A four-person subcommittee, chaired by MNA Syed Javed Hasnain, was formed by the committee chairman to examine the CDA’s performance, particularly its upkeep of Parliament Lodges and implementation of the honorarium system. The MNAs Syed Javed Ali Shah, Shagufta Jumani, and Saira Bano will be a part of the subcommittee.
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