ISLAMABAD: Over Sixteen judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan were allotted residential plots worth millions of rupees each in Islamabad’s expensive sectors, a report presented in PAC meeting said.
The land was given on the direct orders of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat under a scheme somewhat incredulously called the “Prime Minister’s Assistance Package”.
A report by the Ministry of Housing presented before the committee contained the details of allotment of two plots each to the Supreme Court Judges and bureaucrats.
According to this report these plots were allotted to the following judges.
Justicew Shakirullah Jan, Justice Tasadduqe Jilani, Justice Nasirul Mulk are included among the existing judges, while Justice Khalilur Rahman Ramday, former chief justice Abdul Hameed Dogar, Justice Javed Batar, Justice Saeed Ashhad, Justice Sardar Raza, Justice Nawaz Abbasi, Justice Faquir Khokhar, Justice Javed Iqbal, Justice Falak Sher, Justice Jamshed Ali, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Zahid Hussain are included among the beneficiaries. Besides, former law secretary Justice (Retired) Mansoor Ahmad also received two residential plots. These plots are located in Islamabad’s prized residential sectors D-12, G-14, and G-13.
The Bureaucrats includes, Ismail Qureshi, Jalil Abbass Jilani, Sajid Chattah, Ijaz Rahim, Aslam sanjrani, Ahmed Waqar, Syed Kamal Shah, Abdullah Yousuf, Abdur Rauf Chaudhry.
The committee also summoned secretary housing on July 5 and directed to present the list of army general who were awarded plots during 2008-2010.