ملٹری لینڈ پرہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز بنا دیں،کیا یہ سب دفاع کیلئے ہے؟چیف جسٹس برہم

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ملٹری لینڈ کو کمرشل مقاصد کے لیے استعمال کرنے سے متعلق کیس کی سماعت سپریم کورٹ کراچی رجسٹری میں چیف جسٹس کی سربراہی میں ہوئی۔ چیف جسٹس نے کہا کہ آپ نے ملٹری لینڈ پر کمرشل سرگرمیاں شروع کر دی ہیں، شادی ہال بنا دیے، سینما بنا دیا، ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز بنا دیں، کیا یہ دفاع کے لیے ہے؟

چیف جسٹس نے ریمارکس دیے کہ یہ آپ زمین پر کیا چلا رہے ہیں، زمین اسٹرٹجیک اور دفاع کے لیے دی گئی تھی۔ عدالت نے سیکرٹری دفاع کو حکم دیا ہے کہ تمام فوجی چھاؤنیوں میں جائیں اور بتائیں کہ ملٹری لینڈ صرف اسٹریٹجک مقاصد کے لیے ہے۔


سکریٹری دفاع نے کہا کہ ہم نے فیصلہ کر لیا ہے کہ آئندہ ایسا نہیں ہو گا۔ جسٹس قاضی امین نے سیکریٹری دفاع کی سرزنش کرتے ہوئے کہا کہ یہ آپ کیا کہہ رہے ہیں؟ جو کیا ہے وہ سب ختم کرنا ہو گا۔

چیف جسٹس گلزار احمد نے ریمارکس دیے کہ آپ اسلام آباد بیٹھے ہوئے ہیں آپ کو کیا پتہ یہاں کیا کیا ہو رہا ہے، مسرور بیس کیماڑی اور فیصل بیس سب کمرشل کیا ہوا ہے، سائن بورڈز ہٹانے کا کہا تو اس کے پیچھے بڑی بڑی بلڈنگز بنا دی گئیں۔
 
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Okara

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
The biggest achievement of our army is to establish very successful businesses in Pakistan
 

arifkarim

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Premium Member

'Are wedding halls and cinemas for defence?' CJP grills govt official over military land's commerical use​


A photo of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed. — APP/File


Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed on Friday grilled the defence secretary over commercial use of military land, asking whether structures like cinemas and wedding halls were built for defence purposes.

A three-judge bench headed by the chief justice and comprising Justice Qazi Mohammad Amin Ahmed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan was hearing the issue of military lands being used for commercial purposes at the Supreme Court's Karachi registry.

The CJP questioned Defence Secretary retired Lt Gen Mian Mohammad Hilal Hussain about the activities being conducted on military lands. "This land was given to you for strategic and defence [purposes and yet] you have started commercial activities on it," he said.

"Were wedding halls, cinemas and housing societies built for defence purposes?" CJP Ahmed asked.

He remarked that all Askari housing projects had been built on cantonment lands.
"We have decided that this will not happen again," the defence secretary said, adding that the construction of housing societies and commercial use of military land would be checked and stopped.

At this, Justice Amin asked Hussain how that would be made possible and where the process would start. The judge asked him to provide a written explanation.
The chief justice commented that colonels and majors were acting like kings. "What the colonels and majors desire, happens," he said.

"Go and tell all the chiefs [of the armed forces] that the land meant for defence purposes will not be used for commercial objectives. Go to all the military cantonments and tell them the land will be used only for strategic purposes," CJP Ahmed ordered the defence secretary.

He also said that commercial activities were underway at Masroor Base and Faisal Base and tall buildings had been erected when orders were given to remove signboards.
The bench asked Hussain whether he had a written report regarding the matter, at which the secretary requested more time to submit the same.

The court adjourned the hearing until November 30, saying it would take place in Islamabad and also ordered that a written report be submitted.

While hearing the case on Wednesday, the chief justice had stated that the conversion of cantonment land into private land seemed to be in direct contravention of the Cantonment Act, 1924, Cantonment Land Rules, 1937, and various constitutional provisions and the issue needed to be heard and decided by the court.

The bench had expressed resentment over director cantonment and military land, Karachi region, Adil Rafi Siddiqui, over such activities within the jurisdiction of cantonment boards and also sought a report from him about a wall being built on the premises of a park in Defence Housing Authority Phase-I.


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Okara

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Why in Pakistan we have so many news reporters? Like whole Cabinet will give you reports about criminals and their crimes. Same is judiciary. If they think they don't have balls to punish criminals, its better to keep their mouths shut.
 

A.jokhio

Minister (2k+ posts)

'Are wedding halls and cinemas for defence?' CJP grills govt official over military land's commerical use

Shafi Baloch Published November 26, 2021 - Updated about 11 hours ago
A photo of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed. — APP/File

A photo of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed. — APP/File
Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed on Friday grilled the defence secretary over commercial use of military land, asking whether structures like cinemas and wedding halls were built for defence purposes.
A three-judge bench headed by the chief justice and comprising Justice Qazi Mohammad Amin Ahmed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan was hearing the issue of military lands being used for commercial purposes at the Supreme Court's Karachi registry.
The CJP questioned Defence Secretary retired Lt Gen Mian Mohammad Hilal Hussain about the activities being conducted on military lands. "This land was given to you for strategic and defence [purposes and yet] you have started commercial activities on it," he said.
"Were wedding halls, cinemas and housing societies built for defence purposes?" CJP Ahmed asked.
He remarked that all Askari housing projects had been built on cantonment lands.
"We have decided that this will not happen again," the defence secretary said, adding that the construction of housing societies and commercial use of military land would be checked and stopped.
At this, Justice Amin asked Hussain how that would be made possible and where the process would start. The judge asked him to provide a written explanation.
The chief justice commented that colonels and majors were acting like kings. "What the colonels and majors desire, happens," he said.
"Go and tell all the chiefs [of the armed forces] that the land meant for defence purposes will not be used for commercial objectives. Go to all the military cantonments and tell them the land will be used only for strategic purposes," CJP Ahmed ordered the defence secretary.
He also said that commercial activities were underway at Masroor Base and Faisal Base and tall buildings had been erected when orders were given to remove signboards.
The bench asked Hussain whether he had a written report regarding the matter, at which the secretary requested more time to submit the same.
The court adjourned the hearing until November 30, saying it would take place in Islamabad and also ordered that a written report be submitted.
While hearing the case on Wednesday, the chief justice had stated that the conversion of cantonment land into private land seemed to be in direct contravention of the Cantonment Act, 1924, Cantonment Land Rules, 1937, and various constitutional provisions and the issue needed to be heard and decided by the court.
The bench had expressed resentment over director cantonment and military land, Karachi region, Adil Rafi Siddiqui, over such activities within the jurisdiction of cantonment boards and also sought a report from him about a wall being built on the premises of a park in Defence Housing Authority Phase-I.

Siberite Bubber Shair Rajarawal111 Shazi ji Landmark Tit4Tat Resilient Desprado
yes!...but u cant understand this...
 

The Sane

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)

'Are wedding halls and cinemas for defence?' CJP grills govt official over military land's commerical use

Shafi Baloch Published November 26, 2021 - Updated about 11 hours ago
A photo of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed. — APP/File

A photo of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed. — APP/File
Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed on Friday grilled the defence secretary over commercial use of military land, asking whether structures like cinemas and wedding halls were built for defence purposes.
A three-judge bench headed by the chief justice and comprising Justice Qazi Mohammad Amin Ahmed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan was hearing the issue of military lands being used for commercial purposes at the Supreme Court's Karachi registry.
The CJP questioned Defence Secretary retired Lt Gen Mian Mohammad Hilal Hussain about the activities being conducted on military lands. "This land was given to you for strategic and defence [purposes and yet] you have started commercial activities on it," he said.
"Were wedding halls, cinemas and housing societies built for defence purposes?" CJP Ahmed asked.
He remarked that all Askari housing projects had been built on cantonment lands.
"We have decided that this will not happen again," the defence secretary said, adding that the construction of housing societies and commercial use of military land would be checked and stopped.
At this, Justice Amin asked Hussain how that would be made possible and where the process would start. The judge asked him to provide a written explanation.
The chief justice commented that colonels and majors were acting like kings. "What the colonels and majors desire, happens," he said.
"Go and tell all the chiefs [of the armed forces] that the land meant for defence purposes will not be used for commercial objectives. Go to all the military cantonments and tell them the land will be used only for strategic purposes," CJP Ahmed ordered the defence secretary.
He also said that commercial activities were underway at Masroor Base and Faisal Base and tall buildings had been erected when orders were given to remove signboards.
The bench asked Hussain whether he had a written report regarding the matter, at which the secretary requested more time to submit the same.
The court adjourned the hearing until November 30, saying it would take place in Islamabad and also ordered that a written report be submitted.
While hearing the case on Wednesday, the chief justice had stated that the conversion of cantonment land into private land seemed to be in direct contravention of the Cantonment Act, 1924, Cantonment Land Rules, 1937, and various constitutional provisions and the issue needed to be heard and decided by the court.
The bench had expressed resentment over director cantonment and military land, Karachi region, Adil Rafi Siddiqui, over such activities within the jurisdiction of cantonment boards and also sought a report from him about a wall being built on the premises of a park in Defence Housing Authority Phase-I.

Siberite Bubber Shair Rajarawal111 Shazi ji Landmark Tit4Tat Resilient Desprado
ماشااللّہ ، ان عسکری زمینوں کے اکثریتی مکین ہمارے ملک کے سویلینز ہیں، جنہیں بوٹوں کی تجارتی امنگوں سے تو گھن آتی ہے، پر گھر ڈی ایچ اے میں ہی چائیے
 

Eigoroll

Councller (250+ posts)
Finaly something useful came out of this stupid Judge's mouth. I wish they demolish all these Defence housing societies and make these generals pay for it.
 

Hussain1967

Minister (2k+ posts)
Ab (ISPR) interns CJ par toot parain gay. What is this bullshit question that many residents of DHA are civilians? You can’t give this argument in a logical and civilized debate? Yeh tou aisa argument hai jaisay banda kahay keh log brothel mein kion jaatay hain. Brothel ko banda karo, koi bhi nahin jaey ga. Similarly, DHAs band karo, koi bhi wahan jaga nahin lay ga. DHA ki paidaish say bohat pehlay Lahore mein Model Town tha aur hai. Aa kar daikh lo kitni brilliant housing society hai.

Key/fundamental question that precedes everything is this. Which Military ( except Pakistan and possibly Nigeria) of the world does businesses? Take a look around your neighbors, around Europe, around North and South Americas , and around Australia.
 

Sohail Shuja

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Key/fundamental question that precedes everything is this. Which Military ( except Pakistan and possibly Nigeria) of the world does businesses? Take a look around your neighbors, around Europe, around North and South Americas , and around Australia.
Ever heard of the word "Veterans"?

 
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