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Politics of Plot Allotment – concern of Ahmed Noorani

Rauf Klasra is doing a series of reports on the beneficiaries of politics of Plot Allotment during the last few years. The first piece was on the high and mighty judges who have been allotted plots in Islamabad, even though majority of them are not based in the capital. In yesterday’s Express Tribune, in a story titled “Journalists are no exceptions”. Off course, our dear friend Ahmed Noorani is now worried for his community  and judges whose lists have been published. In his act to balance the same, he has come up with a report that the Prime Minister has  allotted plots as gifts to “friends”. What is most distinguishable in his report to those of Rauf Klasra, that he has not given any names and only depends on “credible sources”. Rauf Klasra has published names. Ahmed Noorani hasn’t.

After his series of losses in the 18th Amendment Verdict and Asma Jahangir’s victory, Ahmed Noorani and his godfather, Ansar Abbasi, should for once declare who the sources are.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is in possession of a list of 172 journalists who were given plots in the federal capital in line with their two per cent quota in G-13 and G-14 sectors.

The five-year-old list has now been submitted to Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, after he had ordered the housing ministry to submit the list of plots allotted to bureaucrats, judges, politicians, and journalists since 1996.

The list of judges, bureaucrats and politicians has already been submitted and partially carried by The Express Tribune last week. The PAC was also told just how Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani had allotted plots to 16 judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan during 2008-2010 under the “PM Special Assistance” package. Another list submitted before the PAC also revealed that 14 judges  of the SC had acquired two plots from the government in violation of the policy after giving two affidavits to testify that they did not have any plot in Islamabad.

Meanwhile, eyebrows are being raised as to why Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan did not order the defence ministry to provide a similar list detailing names of military generals who were allotted agricultural lands and plots in the DHA. Now a question is being asked as to why Nisar only preferred to seek lists of SC judges, politicians, bureaucrats and journalists from the housing and works ministry and why the powerful military elite were let off the hook.

But the list of Islamabad-based journalists, who were allotted flats in G-8 Markaz on the orders of then prime minister Benazir Bhutto, has not been submitted to the Public Accounts Committee. The names of those top journalists of Islamabad still remain undisclosed, as the ministry of housing and works said it was not in the possession of the list of journalists as the scheme was being launched and monitored by a separate body represented both by government officials and journalistic bodies.

The PAC has been informed that some 1,000 journalists of Islamabad had applied for plots after the government launched new sectors in Islamabad and invited applications from the general public, government servants and others as part of a uniform policy to give plots to those who were permanently living in Islamabad and did not have any property. A two per cent quota was also fixed for Islamabad-based journalists. A high-powered committee comprising government officials and senior journalists was formed which after careful scrutiny of the applicants, had recommended names of 172 journalists who were given plots against payments.

The list is available here:

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is in possession of a list of 172 journalists who were given plots in the federal capital in line with their two per cent quota in G-13 and G-14 sectors. The names of journalists who were given plots against payments were:

Sarwar Munir Rao

Sohail Iqbal

Ayesha Haroon

Syed Fahd Hussain

Shakeel Ahmed Turabi

M Najeeb

Sarmad Salik

Sheikh Zamir Ahmed Qadri

Rana Qaiser

Absar Alam (he later returned the plot)

Hanif Sabir

Muhammad Malick

Nazir Naji

Shoaib Bhutta

Mustansar Javed

Kh Sharif Ahmed

Sami H Zubari

Aslam Javed

M. Ziauddin

Zafar Rashid

Muhammad Ilyas Bhatti

Noor Faizi

Khan Zaman Malik

Shaukat Ali

Syed M Qasim

Tahir Khan

Ikram Hoti

Syed Qamar Abbas

Shamim Sherrei Sardar

Shakil Sheikh

Abdul Aziz Muhammad

Abrar Ali Saeed

Syed Farhan Bokhari

Muhammad Ashraf

Muhammad Ishaq

Ch. Muhammad Ilyas

Rashida Begum Butt

Iftikhar Nazar

Muhammad Sarwar Awan

Muhammad Afzal Nadeem

Aqeel Ahmed

Ejaz Malik

Muhammad Fayyaz

Altaf Hussain Bhatti

Muhammad Ehsan Elahi

Ali Raza

Shahid Mahmood Malik

Zafar Malik

Wajih Siddiqi

Farman Ali

Muhammad Bilal

Arif Rana

Syed Itrat Hussain

Rana Ghulam Qadir

Saleem Khilji

Abdul Saleem

Safdar Hussain

Imran Nallam Ahmed

Abdur Rauf

Masood Majid Syed

Zahid Khawaja

Muhammad Akram

Syed Zargoon Shah

Kunwar Rashid Habib

Anis Ahmed

Waseem Akthar

Rao Khalid

Abdul Manan Haid

Jehangir Raja

Shaukat Rehman Malik

Muhammad Javed Akhtar

Akthar Munir

Muhammad Javed

Muhammad Nawal

Nasir Chishti

Malik Safdar

Abrar Mustafa

Muhammad Latif

Suleman Hidyat

Murad Shaz Khattack

Attaur Rehman Tahir

Maqsood Mehdi

Muhammad Jamil Khan

Kh Javed Bhatti

Kaleem Ahsan Shah

Khadim Husain

Muhammad Javed Iqbal Khakwani

Mazhar Ali Khan

Syed Qasir Sherazi

Karim Madad

Ghulam Hussain

Zia Shahid

Azam Ahmed Khan

Khalid Awan

Khalid Mahmood

Tanveer Shahzad

Seema Mir

Najumul Islam Usmani

Khalid Mustafa

Saleem Usmani

Syed Ali Nasir Jaffiri

Shahid Butt

Zulfikar Ghuman

Abdul Razak

Ali Imran

Syed Raza Shah

Muhammad Aslam

Shabir Khamid Bukhtawari

Shagufta Jabeen

Bashir Ahmed Shad

Syed Aswad Ulfat

Agha Mahrooz Haider

Nasir Iqbal

Masood Abdul Raheem

Raja Mahmood Bashir Usmani

Muhammad Ilyas Khan

Muhammad Mushtaq Ghuman

Mashkoor Hussain Shah

M Taimur

Masroor Mohsin Gilani

M Ibrahim Khan

M Shahbaz Khan

Amir Sajjad

Mumtaz Alvi

Azhar Jamal

Shakil Awan

Tanveer Alam

Habibur Rehman

Naveed Akram

Syed Azhar Hussain

Mubashir Raza

Arif Hussain

Jabbar Zakriya

Muhammad Farooq Khan

Rahat Naseem

Saeed Murad

Ali Imran Javed

Ejaz Khan

Munir Aziz

Muhammad Riyaz Akhtar

Rahat Munir

Jahanzeb

Muhamamd Afzal Malik

Afzal Nadeem

Muhammad Jameel Mirza

Abdul Mateen Khan

Hamidur Rehman

Saadat Bashir

Akhtar Ali Khan

Abdul Jabbar Khan

Khalid Mahmood

Muhammad Rizwan Khan

Rafiq Hussain Khan

Malik Muhammad Ilyas

Sohail Nashir

Uzair Khan

Zahid Hussain Hashwani

Four journalists Rauf Klasra, Amir Mateen, Khaleeq Kiani and Javed Ch were given plots in light of the Lahore High Court decision of 2006 in their favour after their names were deleted from the final list on the orders of the then prime minister Shaukat Aziz.

The list also contains the names of PTV employees who were given plots. They include Nazir Tabsum, Qamar Mohiuddin, Nisar Baloch, Syed Javed Ali, Khalid Iqbal Warriach, Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah, Ayub Minhas, Asmatullah Khan Niazi, Muzamil Ahmed Khan, Majeed Afzal Khan (Sajan Khan), Awaid Butt, Rashid Baig, Ramzan Khalid, Muhammad Arshad Saleem, Muhammad Zakariya, Musadiq Kaleem, Arif Mahmood.

Ahmed Noorani’s Report:

PAC to probe plots gifted by PM to friends

ISLAMABAD: After receiving complete lists of beneficiaries of plots in the federal capital, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is all set to probe illegal allotment of luxurious plots in Islamabad to seven influential persons by Prime Minister Gilani in early 2009.

A CDA inquiry committee, set up by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to probe these illegal allotments by Gilani, in its report available with The News has declared these allotments were made in violation of rules.

Those who applied for the plots were allotted under a well defined policy after preparing seniority lists according to the policy. However, these seven allotments by the present government were against the policy and in violation of rules.

Prime Minister Gilani has allotted plots to his near and dear ones through the Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation (FGEHF) in early 2009 in blatant violation of rules and regulations, especially setting aside the seniority lists made for this purpose.

First, Prime Minister Gilani allotted a plot to one of his close friends in January 2009 and when the scandal was broken by The News under the heading “Judges get plots of their choice” on February 6, 2009, three more influential persons were allotted plots to cover up the first allotment. Later, three more influential persons jumped in and were allotted plots of category-I in Sector G-14 of Islamabad.

It was argued that these four allotments were made in accordance with a Lahore High Court (LHC) judgment of 2006. However, no such judgment ordering allotment of plots existed at all. The judgment referred to was made on five different petitions of about 20 petitioners and the LHC disposed of all petitions without passing any order.

However, only four out of these total 20 petitioners were allotted plots. Most importantly, the exact words of the judgment are as follows: “The writ petitions are, therefore, disposed of with no order as to costs. But with further directions that any grievance raised by anybody with respect to allotment will be disposed of by the Foundation within 15 days from the date of the raising of objection.”

It is worth mentioning here that the inquiry committee set up by the Supreme Court also wrote in its report that no LHC order was ever passed to allot plots to any of these influential persons.

Credible sources in the PAC confirmed to The News that the Committee will probe the matter of illegal allotments thoroughly and will recommend to the government to cancel these, if concerned authorities failed to establish under which power and seniority list the prime minister allotted the plots in early 2009.

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  • Generous bonanza : One plot, two plot Published: November 24, 2010 http://tribune.com.pk/story/81020/generous-bonanza-one-plot-two-plot/

    ISLAMABAD: Top bureaucrats have emerged as the main beneficiaries of plot allotments since the days of General Musharraf. Dozens of lucky bureaucrats even managed to get two plots of 500 square yards (sq yds) each in the pricey sectors of Islamabad – quite in the same way as 14 Supreme Court (SC) judges.

    The latter category of beneficiaries received their plots in the up-market I-8, G-13 and G-14 sectors of the federal capital after framing a questionable policy tailor-made to suit them as well as their powerful collaborators in the judiciary.

    According to documents available with The Express Tribune, a total of about 7,000 plots were allotted, in category one to four, to officers and officials of different grades and categories since 2002 in two sectors of Islamabad.

    As many as 800 top bureaucrats, including federal secretaries and ambassadors (BPS-20 to 22), got a one kanal (600 sq yds) plot each in the G-13 and G-14 sectors of Islamabad, out of the 7,000 plots allotted since Musharraf came to power.

    Former Supreme Court chief justice Irshad Hassan Khan, who had endorsed Musharraf’s coup of October 12, 1999, is among the beneficiaries. Justice Hassan was given a plot after he retired from the apex court and was made Election Commissioner of Pakistan. His secretary Kunwar Dilshad also received a one kanal plot.

    Former Governor State Bank of Pakistan Muhammad Yaqoob also got a one kanal plot from General Musharraf in 2002 in Islamabad.

    The list of plot allotments reveals that the top bureaucracy (BPS-22) and the higher judiciary are the only two influential classes to get two plots in Islamabad in the name of “official policy”, crafted and endorsed by the beneficiaries themselves. The rest have to give an affidavit in writing that they did not have any plot in Islamabad before applying.

    The Express Tribune has already published two lists of 100 judges allotted plots in Islamabad since 1996.

    A total of 172 journalists were also allotted plots in keeping with government policy in G-13 and G-14. The policy stipulated that only those journalists who did not have a house in Islamabad nor had a plot allotted to them in the past could apply.

    Of the 650 journalists who applied in 2004 for G-14, only 172 could get plots after due process.

    Meanwhile, as a list of 172 journalists is lying before the PAC, a new one of 35 journalists has surfaced. These journalists were also given plots in G-8 Markaz in 1996 during Benazir Bhutto’s second term.

    Some of the prominent journalists allotted plots for construction of flats in G-8 Markaz were Ayaz Amir, Hamid Mir, Aroosa Alam, Ehtashamul Haq, Nusrat Javed, Ishaq Chaudhary, and Nasir Malick. Mir, Haq and Alam have already sold their flats at a premium, after paying approximately Rs800,000 to the government.

    Many journalists had then applied for a second plot in G-13 and G-14. Some succeeded in getting them despite receiving a plot from the Bhutto government in 1996 as well.

    For a complete list of beneficiaries from the bureaucracy and to read earlier stories on the allotment issue, click here.

    Published in The Express Tribune, November 24th, 2010.

    The following is the list of top BPS-20 to 22 officers who were given category one plots in Islamabad:
    Khaild Rafique, AGP Ijaz Nasir, judge Lahore High Court
    Muhammad Amin, military engineering service Raja Abdullah Khan, ministry of law and justice
    Nasiruddin Ahmed, secretary finance Mohammad Afzal Khan, special judge LHC
    Pervaiz Saleem, joint secretary interior Arif Khan, secretary law, justice and parliamentary affairs
    Nasir Chugtai, Pakistan Atomic Energy Zafar Afaq Ansari, National Institute of Psychology
    Khalid Latif, Punjab government Nisar Alam Mirza, Dr A Q Laboratories
    Afzal Amir Shah, Customs Zahur Cheema, Wapda
    Ghulam Kibria, director PAEC Mohammad Siddique, SBP
    Abdullah Yousuf, secretary petroleum ministry Sheikh Mohammad Anwar, Sui Northern Gas Pipeline
    Zaheer Ali Shah, ministry of industries Aftab Ahmed Khan, CAA
    Ghiasuddin Mohammad Yaqub, Governor SBP
    Wafaqi Mohtasib Iftikharudin, UBL
    Syed Shabir Ahmed, Intelligence Bureau Naimat Ali Javed, PAEC
    Mohammad Amin, FIA Mian Mohammad Ajmal, Peshawar High Court judge
    Sohail Hamayun, SGDA Punjab Ch Muhhtaq Ahmed Khan, judge LHC
    Inamul Haq, secretary women development Mohammad Munawar Khan, FPSC
    Mohammad Zaman Khan, secretary education Ahmed Goher, ministry of science and technology
    Ghulam Nabi Khan, textile commissioner Manzoor Ali Arif, NIH
    Abdul Majid Khan, ministry of foreign affairs Nazar Abbas, foreign office
    Abdul Qadeer Siddiqi, Pakistan Railways Mohammad Iqbal Khan, FBR
    Mukhtarul Mulk, DIG Mohammad Ikram Khan, ex-vice president PTCL
    Mohamamd Farman, KRL Kahuta Tasadduq Hussain Awan, SBP
    Hamayun Shah, Project Margalla Malik Mohammad Afzal, secretary PTC
    Shahid Zafar, Evacuee Trust Property Mushtaq Ahmed Khan, Railways
    Istaqbal Mehdi, ministry of production Tahir Mahmood, CBR
    Bashir Hussain Qureshi, CLA on deputation to HBFC Syed Mohsin Asad, CBR
    Abdul Aziz, ministry of local government G M Javed Jan, zakat & usher
    Wazir Ahmed Qureshi, AGP Pervez Tahir, planning division
    Altaf Hussain Agral, defence production M Ishaq Malla, Corporate Law Authority
    Muneer Aftab Sheikh, DG audit Taskeen Muzaffar, income tax
    Raja Sikandar Khan, income tax Syed Aqeel Zafrul Islam, CBR
    Mohammad Asif Zaman Ansari, finance division Asif Ali Shah, Frontier Constabulary
    Mansoor Ali Sheikh, AGPR Arshad Jamil Khokar, planning division
    M Munir, Secretariat Training Institute Shahid Malik, foreign office
    Saadat Saeed, Planning Division Firdaus Alam, zakat and usher
    Aneesuddin Ahmed, high commissioner foreign office Rashed Khan, National Defence College
    Javed Hafeez, ambassador Javed Iqbal, Balochistan High Court judge
    Mohammad Abdul Jabbar, environment ministry Shujjauddin Siddiqi, DG leather industry
    Imtiaz Anjum, ambassador Samiul Khiliji, ministry of housing and works
    Husain Ahmed, zakat and ushr division Fakhar Zaman
    Ziauddin, military accounts Sher Afzal Khan
    Badshah Gul, DG AGPR Nasim Qureshi, commerce ministry
    Salim Iqbal, PM Inspection Commission Amin Ajmal, income tax
    Saira Karim, human rights Syed Kamal Shah, secretary interior
    Abdul Raza Khan, finance and zakat & usher Mian Shakirullah Jan, Peshawar High Court judge
    S M Younis Jafri, FBS Shahzado Sheikh, member finance PARC
    Mohammad Wali Khan, CBR Tahir Anwar Pasha, director FIA
    Azam Rathore, secretary Pakistan Post Office Hamayun Farshori, secretary
    Shaukat Ali Bhatti, CBR Shakil Durrani, secretary
    Mohammad Rafique, Railways Masood Ahmed Pasha, consultant surgeon Federal Govt Services
    Mahboob Elahi, DG environment Salauhuddin, AGP
    Mazhar Ali Shah, AGP Talib Hussain Sial, women development
    Toheed Ahmed, DG foreign office Shaukat Ali Babar, income tax
    Salauddin Solamin, planning division Sibte Yaha Naqvi, DG foreign office
    Mian Zaheer Ahmed, director FIA Qadir ul Jalil, income tax
    Hashim Leghari, secretary SGDA Mohammad Rafiq, AGP
    Rashed Ahmed Razvi, SHC judge Jahangir Mahmood, DG Wapda
    M Aslam, Jinnah Postgraduate Sheikh Naseerul Haq, DG audit
    Sajjad Bhatti, ANF Mohammad Yaqooob, DIG
    M Iqbal Hussain, establishment division Ziaul Islam, S&GAD
    Mohammad Akram, economic affairs division Syed Faisal Saud, zakat & usher
    Ejaz Ahmed Qureshi, chief secretary NWFP Khalid Saeed, federal secretary information technology
    G M Sikandar, secretary housing and works Zafeer Abbasi, ministry of interior
    Hafiz Mohammad Ziauddin, cabinet division Raja Abbas
    Shahid Sheikh, PWD Yasmin Rana
    M Asghar Chaudhary, CBR Minfal
    Muzamil Ghafoor, health division Talat Rashid Miyan, DG FGE Housing Foundation
    Syed Turab Haidre Zaidi, housing and works Nadeem Shafique Malik, housing and works
    Zubaid Waheed, income tax Imtaiz Saeed Arbab, cabinet secretariat
    Sheikh Abdul Manan, Federal Shariat Court Khalid Paul Khawaja, LHC judge
    Justice Irshad Hassan Khan, election commissioner M Javed Ilyas, Dy AGP
    Muzaffar Mahmood Qureshi, secretary women development Farrukh Mirza, director DESTO
    Akhtar Hussain Chaudhary Mushtaq Ahmed
    Sheikh Abdul Razak Malik Abdul Rehman
    Abdul Majeed Aulakh Zafar Pasha Chaudhary
    Mohammad Sadiq Faiz Mohammad Khan
    Mohammad Shafiq Abdul Majeed Baloch
    Syed Zahur Hassnain Bokhari Syed Tasaduq Rehman
    Akbar Ali Momin Hamid Majid
    Abdul Latif Khan Anwar Hasasn Khan Yousufzai
    Syed Mehr Badshah Mansoor Ahmed
    Nasurul Aziz Younis Khan, AGP
    Pervez Younis Paul, finance Avia Mazhar Hussain
    Munir Aslam Nazir Gul
    Abdul Rauf Khan Saeed Rehman, DG archeology
    Ziauddin Leghari, DIG Farrukh Lateef
    Mahboob Alam Masud Ahmed
    Tanveer Ahmed Chaudhary, immigration and passports Mustafq Qureshi, director finance
    Aslam Chaudhary Khan Haroon Rasikh
    Badarul Ishaq Khan Shakara Reza Alley
    Sher Mohammad Khan Mohamamd Iqbal Ahmed
    Habibullah, Mohammad Afzal Iftikar Ahmed Raja
    Bhadur Khan, vice-president NBP Mohammad Akram
    Agha Mohammad Kasi Wazir Akbar
    Umar Din Anissudin Siddiqi
    Bashir Chaudhary Umar Hayat Khan
    Gulan Khan Jahanzeb Khan
    Ch Mohammad Nasib Ch Asghar Hussain
    Syed Shaukat Ali Zaidi Ch Riaz Ahmed Bhatti
    Muhshtaq Hussain Mohammad Latif
    Shakeel Ahmed Hafeezudin Asif
    Hasan Abid Rizvi Salahuddin
    Mohammad Kamil, PTV Azmat Malik
    Nasir Arif Syed Raza Rehman, information ministry
    Abrar Hussain Javid Hussain
    Shahzad Akbar Khan Mohammad Yousuf
    M Sardar Khawaja Syed Shafqat Kakakehl
    Gulzar Bhatti, PIA Javed Qureshi, Wapda
    Chiragh Din Khokar, Wapda Khalid Mahmood Chohan, controller PBC
    Masood Sultan, PCSIR Afzal Mattu
    Naseem Hukat Naseer Ahmed
    Kazi Abdul Shakoor Farooq Malik
    Iftikharudin Mohammad Shafique
    Sohail Ittehad Hussain, ambassador M Sharif
    Shaukat Omar, ambassador Salik Nazir Ahmed
    Safdar Mahmood, secretary establishment Ghayur Ayub
    Mumtaz Hussain Shah Jawaid, ambassador Durray Shahwar Kureshi
    Khurram Azad Khan Alam Zeb, DG NIPA
    Syed Ali Sarwari Naqvi, foreign office Mir Abdul Khaliq
    Jawaid Mohsin Malik Owais Qureshi
    Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sakina Jafery
    Haroon Rashid, audit Akthar Shabir
    M Rasheed Zafar Nazar Abbas, DIG
    Seerat Aly Shaikh Khalid Mahmood, DG foreign office
    Atlaf Ahmed Khan Sh Habibur Rehman
    Maqsoodur Rehman Sheikh Saadatullah Khan, Additional IG
    Shahid Jamal Riaz Ahmed Bhatti
    Abdull Khan Kanwar Dilashad, secretary election commission
    Qurban Jan Abdul Rauf Khan
    Shafqat Ezdi Shah, Additional IG Police Riaz Rehman
    Saeed Ahmed Zaidi Asad Jahangir, AIG police
    Pervez Akram, IB Zafar Ahmed, additional secretary
    Amin Farooqi, Registrar Supreme Court Masood Ahmed
    Kh Tariq Hafeez Butt
    Mohammad Nasir Tariq Farooq
    Mahrooo Hamayuon, DG food Ghulam Mustafa
    Afzal Durrani Daud Khan
    Munir Khan Mohammad Naseer Ahmed
    Iqbal Hussain Sadat Zia Malik
    Muzamal Khan Riaz Ahmed Syed
    Sarfraz Hussain Khawaja Omarudin
    Inayatullah Changezi, AGP Shamsuddin Solangi
    Noordin Sheikh Sikandar Mohammad Zai
    Riaz Hassan Khan Khalid Sadiq
    Karamat Hussain Niazi Miaz Talib Hassan
    Fazal Nabi Ibrahim Khan
    Gulam Ahmed Zahida Saleem
    Ali Raza Khan Ehtisam
    S Iqbal Aga Kafeel Bakir
    Nigat Parveen