Women came on roads set in protest appealing for justice.
CHITRAL: More than 100 women of Seen Lasht came on Garamchishma road and set in a protest. Talking to local journalist Mrs Jamila and other women told that they living in this areas since their fore father and Shahzada Burkhanuddin has submit a suit in the court of justice claiming that residential houses and other land are his property. The case was also decided in Supreme Court of Pakistan in favor of his grand son Shahzada Gul and they were issued a notice to vacate their houses upto 25th February hence they have no other shelter to settled. They appeal Chief justice Supreme Court of Pakistan to revive the case. They also appeal president and Premier of Pakistan provincial Governor and Chief Minister to compensate them or provide them alternate shelter and piece of land to be settled there. On other hand when the complainant Shahzada Gul was contacted he showed legal documents to media men and said that the case is under trial since 1973 which was decided by Judicial council of Chitral in favor of my grand father. Hence plaintiff agreed with the verdict but the other party approach to High court who rejected their plea then they approached to Supreme Court who also dismissed their application for stay order and petition. Now its execution order was decided in my favor by the learned court and they should to vacate my property he said that before submitting the case for execution order I invited all these people and offered them to admit and accept my property right and I will compensate you but they refused and stressed that this is our property now it was decided by the learned court and they have no option. Meanwhile former Nazim and leader of Pakistan Tehreeki Insaf Chitral have appeal to Federal and Provincial government to compensate the affected people in payment price of the land to its owner where they living or issue them alternate plots or land for shelter.
Trade union ended strike after 3 days.
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