ISLAMABAD: The deputy commissioner of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), Khalid Masood Satti, has requested the Islamabad Capital Territory revenue department to provide the communal land record for three sectors.
The letter, dated March 10, stated that land acquired for Sectors C-13, D-13, and E-1 in 2008 had not had its share of shamlat land determined.
This prevented the release of CDA rehabilitation benefits to landowners, who were seeking compensation.
It was also alleged that the CDA had already allotted several plots in D-13 without proper determination from the revenue department.
A member of the CDA had recently requested the formation of a high-level committee to examine records, after suspecting major fraud and tampering in the records of the three sectors.
There were reports that Naqsha-III records, which carry a large number of bogus entries, had been stolen from the revenue office of CDA and an inquiry into the matter had been established.