The Sindh government has granted NCHS 200 acres of land

The Sindh government has granted NCHS 200 acres of land

The Sindh government has granted NCHS 200 acres of land. Several years in the making, a long-standing dispute between the provincial government of Sindh and the Naval Cooperative Housing Society (NCHS) has finally been resolved. The Sindh government has approved the allocation of 200 acres of land to the Naval Cooperative Housing Society (NCHS), pending for some time (NCHS). It has been approved to construct a residential complex on “Lal Bakhar’s Deh,” a plot of land located near Kemari in Karachi that belonged to the late poet.

In a thorough deliberation with the relevant departments of the provincial government, the local cabinet led by Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah granted consent for the allocation of 200 acres of state land to the National Center for Health Sciences.

In the past, the topic had been under consideration by a committee appointed by the Sindh government to investigate the legalities of property leasing for private reasons. The committee, which included the Chief Secretary of Sindh and the Advocate General, examined the situation.

With all of the legalities in play, the Land Utilization Department and the Board of Revenue Department took the position that allotment of state land for private purposes could not be granted until they had brought the matter to the province cabinet for consideration.

The Land Utilization Department, on the other hand, has maintained that the project can be approved if the provincial government approves the land acquisition process. The Land Utilisation Department is responsible for the management of the state’s land and the collection of taxes and other fees associated with the ground.

In the previous instance, Chief Justice Atharminullah had litigated the case in the Islamabad High Court, and the case was eventually referred to the province government. On a concessional basis, the site has been assigned to develop a residential housing society, which the government will fund.

Several government agencies have scrutinized the situation, and the Pakistan Navy has also requested that the provincial government of Sindh investigate the matter.

Several years in the making, a long-standing dispute between the provincial government of Sindh and the Naval Cooperative Housing Society (NCHS) has finally been resolved. The Sindh government has approved the allocation of 200 acres of land to the Naval Cooperative Housing Society (NCHS), pending for some time (NCHS). It has been approved to construct a residential complex on “Lal Bakhar’s Deh,” a plot of land located near Kemari in Karachi that belonged to the late poet.

In a thorough deliberation with the relevant departments of the provincial government, the local cabinet led by Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah granted consent for the allocation of 200 acres of state land to the National Center for Health Sciences.

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In the past, the topic had been under consideration by a committee appointed by the Sindh government to investigate the legalities of property leasing for private reasons. The committee, which included the Chief Secretary of Sindh and the Advocate General, examined the situation.

With all of the legalities in play, the Land Utilization Department and the Board of Revenue Department took the position that allotment of state land for private purposes could not be granted until they had brought the matter to the province cabinet for consideration.

The Land Utilization Department, on the other hand, has maintained that the project can be approved if the provincial government approves the land acquisition process. The Land Utilisation Department is responsible for the management of the state’s land and the collection of taxes and other fees associated with the ground.

In the previous instance, Chief Justice Atharminullah had litigated the case in the Islamabad High Court, and the case was eventually referred to the province government. On a concessional basis, the site has been assigned to develop a residential housing society, which the government will fund.

Several government agencies have scrutinized the situation, and the Pakistan Navy has also requested that the provincial government of Sindh investigate the matter.

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