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House on rent good location G-6 Sector G Islamabad - ApnaPlot
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House on rent good location

Posted: 21 Apr, 2017 Property ID: 82995
375 Thousand
Key Features
 
Plot Area:
1200 sq-yd
Bedroom:
8
Bathroom:
6
Kitchen:
3
Terrace:
Property Age:
New
Basement:
# of Storeys:
2
Car Park:
4
Update:
7 months
Description:

*FOR RENT:* Freshly renovated house on Embassy Road. Address: House #, Street 84, Attaturk Road (Embassy Road) G-6-4.Unfurnished accomodation. Outstanding location. *Ground floor*: 2 bed, 2 bath and powder room, living, dining, drawing,1 servant room, new kitchen. Covered area: 2264 sq ft. (Rs 100,000) *Upper Ground*: 3 bed including Master bed with dressing room, 4 bath, large lounge, separate dining & drawing, powder room, servant quarter, 1 kanal rear lawn, new kitchen with laundry room. Covered Area: 3305 sq ft (Rs 200,000) *1st Floor Upper storey*: 2 bed, 2 bath, lounge cum dining, maid room with attached bath. Spacious terrace. Covered Area: 1600 sq ft. (Rs 75,000) call 03355040577


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Asfandyar khan
about 1 year ago
i am looking a home in G6 sector, 3 rooms attached bath with DD and Lounge and separate gate and indoor parking on ground floor at Sector G6.

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Asfandyar Khan
about 1 year ago
I'm interested in Islamabad Sector G G-6,

need 3 rooms with DD and lounge and indoor parking,preferably separate entry contact me at your earliest ...
Waseem A.Khan
about 2 years ago
I'm interested in Islamabad Sector G G-6,5 marla house Please contact me...
Shakeel Akhter
about 3 years ago
I'm interested for sale of house of 2 bed and size is 20x40 Islamabad Sector G-7/3-2, Please contact me...
S khan
about 4 years ago
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday gave one week time to Islamabad IG and the Estate Office to get 200 flats in Sector G-6 vacated.



The flats have been occupied by the policemen illegally since 2007 when they participated in Lal Masjid operation.



The order came on a number of identical petitions filed against allotment of government accommodations.



Besides, the judge ordered the Estate Office to provide details of those houses which had been retained by the retired employees after six months grace period and those which they had handed over to their relatives.



He directed the Estate Office to furnish the list of the houses which had been allotted on the recommendations of ministers or other high ranking officials.



The IHC judge also sought the names of the employees who had been put on waiting lists and those who had been residing in the government houses illegally and without paying any dues.



Justice Siddiqui assigned the task of reclaiming the flats from the policemen to SSP Headquarters Malik Mohammad Yousaf. He was directed to extend maximum support to the Estate Office in this regard.



Capital Development Authority (CDA) had constructed 200 flats in G-6/1, Aabpara, costing Rs105 million for the Ministry of Housing and Works.



When the flats were about to be handed over to the Estate Office in 2005, the October earthquake came which killed thousands of people and left millions homeless who were provided shelter in these flats.



The flats were temporarily offered to police officials in 2007 during the Lal Masjid operation. Though the operation was over within a few days, the policemen made the flats their permanent abode.



In 2007, when the Estate Office tried to evict them, some of the police officials approached the Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi bench and obtained stay order.



After the establishment of the IHC in 2011, a number of police officials approached this court which restrained the Estate Office from evicting them.



These stay orders, however, were vacated in August last year.



According to advcoate Chaudhry Afrasiab, counsel for the police officials, IHC in 2011 granted stay order to his clients.



He maintained that during the Lal Masjid operation interior ministry allowed a number of police officials to stay in the flats.



He said that court had also directed the interior minister to issue them allotment letters. However, the ministry did not comply with the court orders.



He alleged the Estate Office officials were giving backdated allotment to those people who bribed them, but ignoring police officers.



The police officials while talking to Dawn contended that they had been living in the flats for the last several years along with their family members.



They said on the assurance of senior officers of the ministry and Estate Office that they would be allotted the flats they had renovated them and made them a livable place.



The police officials had also filed several petitions seeking allotment of the flats they had occupied.



In August last year, a committee comprising representatives of ministries of housing and works, interior and CDA was constituted to settle the issue but to no avail.



The enforcement directorate of CDA had also launched a number of operations but gave up halfway after the occupants offered stiff resistance.



Source - http://dawn.com/2013/03/21/eviction-from-g-6-flats-police-given-one-week/
S khan
about 4 years ago
The enforcement wing of the CDA on Friday demolished over 10 houses in an illegal slum at G-6/2.



Alleging extortion and corruption in the CDA, area residents protested the operation, chanting anti-CDA slogans as they blocked Seventh Avenue and disrupted the city’s traffic flow.



Ahmed Ali, a resident of the slum, told Dawn that CDA officials “tortured” residents, demolished homes and broke or confiscated goods. “One of them hit my dog with a stick when he started barking leaving one of the animal’s eyes severely injured.”



According to Ahmed Ali, word of an upcoming “operation” reached the slum four days back when a man arrived introducing himself as Abdul Jabbar, an assistant director in the CDA. He told the residents that to avoid a CDA operation they would have to pay Rs50,000.



“There was no way we could arrange Rs50,000,” Ahmed Ali said, “and the CDA got here today.” Other residents, including Zahoor Ahmed, Asadullah, Zahid Manan and Raza told Dawn that CDA officials often demanded cash in exchange for allowing people to build their homes in slums.



CDA spokesman Ramzan Sajid said the authority had been acting against illegal constructions all over Islamabad to protect “the beauty of the city” from unauthorised development.



“It’s very common for encroachers to claim that CDA officials demand money from them,” he said. To his knowledge, however, Abdul Jabbar is not an assistant director in the CDA.



Source - http://dawn.com/2013/03/02/slum-houses-demolished-in-islamabad/