Islamabad’s tranquil Sector E-11 is under scrutiny after a fraudulent land allotment totaling an astonishing Rs. 10 billion. Officials from the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and a government oversight agency are currently under investigation, raising serious concerns about systemic corruption and malpractice.
Senior CDA officials and an intelligence organization quickly took action to halt the suspicious sale, which caused the controversy surrounding this eight-kanal plot in Sector E-11 to unravel. A timely intervention prevented the sale of the land, estimated to be valued at a staggering Rs. 10 billion.
In response to growing suspicions, the CDA chairman promptly suspended two employees from the land directorate. Although the identities of these individuals have not been disclosed, this action underscores the gravity of the situation. As the investigation into the alleged misconduct progresses, sources from Dawn suggest that additional suspensions may be imminent.
The ongoing scandal involving the unlawful distribution of valuable land in Sector E-11 of Islamabad has exposed a dark underbelly of corruption and mismanagement within government institutions.
The fact that CDA officials have been suspended and allegations of involvement by a government oversight organization emphasize the need for a thorough and transparent investigation.
The nation’s attention remains fixed on this case, with hopes that justice will prevail and those responsible for any wrongdoing will be held accountable for their actions.