KARACHI: A Supreme Court bench on Tuesday sought the land allotment policy of Sindh during the hearing of Karachi law and order case, ARY News reported.
The apex court hearing a case related to the implementation of the court's earlier order over Karachi's law and order situation.
During the hearing the learned judges remarked that a secret agency affiliated with the federal government should contact with the federation for allotment of land.
During the previous hearing, a member of the Board of Revenue informed the court that 52,000 acres of land were occupied by the federal or provincial government institutions. A further 8,000 acres were encroached by other land grabbers.