Pakistan

Supreme Court orders to continue operation on Orangi and Gujjar Nalla

Karachi: The Supreme Court has ordered to continue the operation against encroachments on Orangi and Gujjar Nalla.

Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed presided over the hearing of the case related to encroachments on Gujjar Nala and Orangi Nala in which the lawyers of the victims and other officials including Commissioner Karachi appeared before the court.

During the hearing, the Chief Justice of Pakistan asked whether the leased places were legal. On this, the lawyer of the victim Faisal Siddiqui said that all the leases are legal, on this the Chief Justice remarked that all the leases are fake.

The court said that it was decided that first all the people should be compensated then the encroachments should be stopped, compensation should be paid but the operation should not be stopped.

The victim’s lawyer told the court that the Supreme Court had ordered the rehabilitation of the victims but it was not implemented. He had ordered the rehabilitation of KCR. It has been three years since it was not rehabilitated. Your orders have not been implemented. Would have

The Chief Justice of Pakistan said that we cannot stop the encroachments, we will order the Sindh government to rehabilitate the victims as it was the responsibility of the Sindh government to compensate the people in this regard.

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