Islamabad: According to a recent news report, in lieu of deleted plots, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Thursday allocated 321 plots in sectors I-12 and I-14 to citizens. National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) held balloting to distribute the plots.

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The plots were allocated to people whose land was omitted from maps of the said sectors during the revision of design and those whose land was allotted to other people [double allotment], according to CDA Member Estate Naveed Ilahi.

According to CDA officials, 205 plots were allocated in sector I-12 and 116 plots in sector I-14. A selection of CDA officers was present at the balloting, which took place at the CDA headquarters.

Mr. Ilahi stated that the CDA would be allotting plots to affected persons of sector E-12 shortly, allowing them to take ownership of the sector. He mentioned that their application is currently being reviewed.

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Sector E-12 was first introduced in 1989, but the CDA has yet to develop it. However, a commission formed by the Islamabad High Court (IHC) recently ordered the CDA to begin development work in E-12.

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