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Pervez Musharraf refuses to pay more fine for illegally constructed farmhouse
Former president Pervez Musharraf refused to pay the regularisation fees of his illegal farmhouse after a notification was issued by the Capital Development Authority (CDA)
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An official of the civic while talking exclusively to Daily
Times said that notices were served to Pervez Musharraf and others to
regularise illegal farmhouses violating the laws of CDA but following the
notification, the former president submitted a response to the building
control department of CDA. In the notice, he made it clear that "I have
already submitted a fine in response of my farmhouse to CDA and I will not
pay any more fine in domain of regularisation".
The former president suggested that the CDA team can visit "my farm house to monitor my farmhouse if I have violated the laws".
The official informed that he was unaware that when and where the former premier had submitted the fine to CDA regarding his illegal farmhouse and "we demand an explanation regarding the details of his claim".
He added that the notice has been issued on special directives
of the Supreme Court's suo motu action that we will not spare anyone and he
will submit the regularisation fees as well as the extra land grabbed by him
will be demolished also.
December 20, 2018
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