ProPropertyNewsSindh Police Chief Forms Committee to Investigate Alleged Land Grabbing

Sindh Police Chief Forms Committee to Investigate Alleged Land Grabbing

KARACHI: Sindh police chief Ghulam Nabi Memon has set up a four-member committee, headed by Special Branch Addl IGP Khadim Hussain Rind, to address complaints by the Association of Builders and Developers of Pakistan (Abad) about land grabbing by Karachi police officers.

The committee has been tasked with preparing an impartial report by April 15, based on factual information. Abad had accused six Karachi Range police officers, including DSP Sohail Faiz and SHO Raja Tanvir, of facilitating encroachments on builders’ lands.

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Abad Chairman Altaf Tai asked the police chief to investigate the officers and take appropriate action.

Abad members are already facing challenges due to rising construction material prices and the issue of land grabbing is adding to their problems.

During a recent Abad meeting, builders criticized the police involvement in land grabbing, which Karachi police chief Javed Alam Odho admitted to, citing pressure from above.

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