KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan withdrew its order on banning High-Rise constructions beyond six floors in Karachi.
Three Judges bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar heard the petition filed by Association of Building and Development (ABD) on tuesday.
Supreme Court withdrew its order banning high-rise constructions beyond six floors and directed to continue construction as per law in the city.
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ABD delegation speaking to media said “The court has withdrawn the ban that was placed two years ago. Now, buildings will be constructed as the law.”
According to ABD, over 500 projects were suspended due to the ban worth Rs.1,000 billion which will be restored.
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