SHC seeks affidavit from CBM that no land occupied to establish cattle market

KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Court docket (SHC) on Monday sought an affidavit from the Cantonment Board Malir (CBM) that no personal land was occupied to ascertain cattle market prior to now.

The CBM administers and manages the biggest animal market of Pakistan which is established yearly on the event of Eid ul Adha close to Sohrab Goth space within the neighborhood of Karachi.

Addressing the CBM counsel, whereas listening to the case, Justice Zafar Ahmed Rajput mentioned it was a standard criticism of residents that you simply established animal markets by seizing personal societies and parks.

“Right this moment you’re coming into personal societies, tomorrow you’ll enter folks’s homes. You folks even damage parks,” he mentioned. Upon which, the lawyer mentioned he was able to submit an affidavit that no such factor had occurred.

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Zafar Rajput remarked if the affidavit turned out to be false, then its penalties would even be severe.

The SHC has directed the cantonment board to submit an affidavit on this regard until December 7.

Pakistan Navy Civilian Housing Society (CNGE) has filed the case in opposition to the CBM. The complainant mentioned yearly, on the event of Eid ul Adha, their land was occupied and parks had been ruined after forcibly coming into the society.

The plaintiff mentioned the occupation of land was being practiced yearly since 2016.

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