- Directives comes during the becoming aware of a case identified with computerisation of government’s property records
- Sindh Board of Revenue’s senior part, Qazi Shahid Pervaiz, presents report to court
- Report states more than 240,000 sham passages distinguished in Sindh since 1985 to date, 70mn archives computerised
- CJP comments that “cases of forged documents are being filed in high courts even today”
- Justice Sajjad Ali Shah notices various errors in the land records in Thatta
KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) on Wednesday requested specialists to end the unlawful control of grounds across Sindh possessed by the public authority, incorporating those in Karachi, and the resumption of green belts.
The mandate from a three-part seat headed by the main equity of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Gulzar Ahmed came during the meeting at the SC’s Karachi Registry of a case identified with the computerisation of land records.
In a report he introduced to the court, Qazi Shahid Pervaiz, a senior individual from the Sindh Board of Revenue, recognized that administration lands in the area had been wrongfully involved, with in excess of 240,000 counterfeit sections distinguished in the territory from 1985 till date.
Over 1,100 of these sections were forthcoming a legal audit while in excess of 1,000 phony ones had just been taken out, as indicated by the report put together by Pervaiz. It added that 70 million archives have been electronic across Sindh, to which the central equity commented that “cases of forged documents are being filed in high courts even today”.
“Has any government land been spared in the province,” Justice Ahmed asked, while Justice Sajjad Ali Shah saw that the land records in Thatta contained various disparities. “Everyone has built villages of their own,” he noted.
On the other hand, the court likewise requested the expulsion of infringements from jungle gyms and parks, ending the unlawful control of grounds having a place with the timberland and water system division, and replanting of trees there.