Sukkur: The Sindh High Court’s Sukkur bench ordered the Sindh government to give plots to all displaced people who were evicted from their homes due to an anti-encroachment drive along the banks of canals in Sukkur on Wednesday.
Counsel representing the displaced family, Mahfooz Awan, claimed that it had been over two years after the afflicted people were removed from canal banks, but they had not been supplied with new abodes until now.
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The lawyer for the Sindh government informed the court that the government had formed a committee to allocate plots to displaced families and submitted a copy of the notification, which stated that special adviser to the chief minister on Sukkur affairs Barrister Arsalan Islam Shaikh had been appointed as the committee’s new chairman.
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