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CDA cancels reserved plots; will issue ration letters after balloting

Islamabad: According to the information given by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on the 11th of January 2021 notified the cancellation of all reserved blocks stating that it will not be going forward with the issue of plot allotment letters against acquired land or built-up property without proper balloting process.

Naveed Ilahi who is the CDA Member Estate has announced the directives where he prohibited the concerned officials from allotting plots to property-owners, who had provided their land to the civic agency, without going through the balloting process.

He issued the following instructions after several individuals claimed they had obtained the CDA’s approval for the allocating of plot numbers. These individuals had also asked the civic agency to publish allotment letters which included the numbers they got booked through the process of allocation.

As per certain reports, the plots in question are either situated on the main roads or are situated at the corner in many of the CDA sectors. Furthermore, the CDA management intends to reconsider the files of these 2,000 plots to validate the legality.

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