Islamabad: According to the various news reports, on Thursday, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) demolished unauthorized structures erected as court extensions. Before launching an anti-encroachment campaign, the civic agency had six courts built-in private buildings vacated.

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The CDA launched an anti-encroachment operation in F-8 Markaz on the orders of the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

The activity was overseen by IHC Registrar Sajid Baloch, judges from the sessions courts, and Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqat. The CDA also decided to clear all of the sessions courts’ halls.

Officials from the CDA said that 14 illegal court structures will be demolished as part of the ongoing operation, for which the civic agency had already released notices.

Building bylaw violations have been found by the civic agency in the construction of eight blocks on the grounds of the Sessions Court.

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Since the matter of illegal chamber, construction was pending before the Supreme Court, the IHC registrar asked the CDA to wait for an order from the apex court.

He said that the Supreme Court had given lawyers a two-month deadline to voluntarily abolish the unconstitutional chambers.

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