ISLAMABAD : Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday ordered to remove encroachments on greenbelts and plots reserved for welfare projects in Faisalabad. Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Gulzar Ahmed directed commissioner to take action against those involved in this illegal activity and submit survey-report of the city. Supreme Court, while hearing a case regarding leasing of government land in different cities of Punjab, asked how petrol pumps were constructed on public and government lands. Commissioner Faisalabad told the court that the petrol pump in Faisalabad has been vacated and the order of the court will be fully implemented. He said that action will also be taken against all other encroachments on greenbelts in city. Justice Qazi Amin said,” Commissioner, you are a public servant, use your power and authority as running affairs of a city is job of the administration not members of parliament or judges”. Additional Advocate General Punjab Faisal Chaudhry assured the court that Punjab government would take action against the encroachments on welfare-reserved plots and green belts across the province.
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