CDA to compensate D-12 affected people

Capital Development Authority (CDA) will compensate D-12 affectees within the time limit of three months, CDA Chairman Kamran Lashari said, while signing agreement with the D-12 affectees and the Authority here Saturday.

The residential sector was acquired in 1989 and since then the allottees are waiting to construct their houses because the matter of compensation of affectees halted the development work.

CDA launched the D-12 about 8 years ago but due to some reasons the area of 244 kanals was left from acquisition that came to the knowledge of the Authority after the development work was started. Construction work was delayed as the affectees asked CDA to compensate them before the work started.

Lashari told reporters that CDA would provide alternate plots to the affectees as per agreement. Agreement describes that the person having a Built-up-Property on more than 300 square feet of land will be eligible for getting the plot against his land in D-12 sector. The rest will be paid the amount against their property as per the market value, he said.

3 Comments so far

  1. FaKeeRa (unregistered) on February 28th, 2006 @ 10:44 am

    I think that D-12 people are already compensated .. now CDA has decided to compensate the people affected by e-12..

  2. M Iqbal (unregistered) on March 6th, 2006 @ 1:59 pm

    Sir, I want to request the chairman of CDA to pay autmost attention to develp the sectors which are announced by the CDA. This will be the good accomplishment of the CDA chairman. No body had paid attention. Several people who whish to build own house, have gone to graveyards. People do not like CDA due to bad reputation. Since all the sectors which are pending for development for the last 17(seventeen) years. I hope this will be gien top priority.

  3. M Iqbal (unregistered) on March 7th, 2006 @ 1:42 pm

    CDA chairmn is requested to develop sector E-12 as early as possible. This sector was announced for the last 17 years. I hope this will be finalised within a year.

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