Removal of J&K housing society administrator sought

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Shamshad Mangat
Islamabad
The appointment of Assistant Commissioner Hassan Cheema as administrator of Jammu and Kashmir Housing Society (JKHS) is being highly criticised by the member of the said society.
The society members Rana Abdur Rauf, Shafqat Mehmood, Imtiaz Ahmad, Islamullah Khan, Ch Shafique, Ishaq Chaudhary, Khawaja Javed, Altaf Satti, Rana Ilyas, Ch Tahir, Rana Mushtaq, Abdur Rasheed, Najam Malik, Yousuf Shah and others appealed the chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar and Commissioner Islamabad Aftab Durrani to take notice of this issue.
They demanded to change the administrator of the society in public interest and also for the bright future of the society.
Society members said that the Administrator Waqar Cheema is a controversial personality, and some elements got him appointed for their vested interest by giving huge bribe, so they can influence the elections.
These self-interested elements have their relations with Hassan Waqar Cheema, and they have bribed an official of Islamabad Administration to appoint Cheema as Administrator.
Member said that Cheema is already processing an inquiry of 34-A against Jammu Kashmir Housing Society Administration and at this occasion Cheema was also declared controversial.
Abdur Rauf demanded the appointment of an honest officer on this post and appealed the CJP and Commissioner Islamabad to take the notice of this issue, and threatened to stage a sit-in in front of Supreme Court if issue not resolved.
Earlier an inquiry report revealed that the Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Housing Society (JKCHS) is allegedly involved in mismanagement, irregularities and several other fraudulent activities,.
According to the inquiry report submitted to the Registrar Cooperative Societies, Islamabad, a copy of which is available with Daily Morning Mail, the management of the society under which the illegal activities were done like plot allotments, collection of development and other charges where there is no complete land area.
The report further revealed that the management of the society has failed to provide permission letter of land procurement, approved layout plan (LOP), some mutation numbers were written by hand while giving impression that it was not mentioned in the original allotment letter, clarification in this regard was sought but did not cooperate.

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