ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT )
Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice of land grabbing and illegal occupation of Quaid-e-Azam University lands. The notice was taken on an application of University authorities, alleging that University paid for 1709 acres of land and though the area was handed over to University in the year 1972 but its vacant possession was not given by CDA. The University was continuously facing land grabbing / encroachments problems, besides the settlements, which were already there since its original land allocation in 1967 and 1972.  Furthermore, till today, the University has lost control of over 600 acres of its estate and it is apprehended that if land grabbing / encroachments and illegal occupation of University’s estate were not checked, then in future there may not be a University Campus worth the name. The application also highlighted that the alleged land grabbers and the illegal occupants were politically influential people that have made the situation worst for the University. The application further stated that University approached almost every authority to help them to resolve the issue but all in vain.
 
Taking the cognizance of issue, the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan has directed to call detailed reports from Chairman, CDA and Secretary, Ministry of Interior, within 03 days.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice of imputations of three fingers of a new born baby in Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore. The action was taken on reports that at Ganga Ram Hospital, hand of a new born baby was burnt due to negligence of doctors, which resulted in subsequent imputation of his thumb and two fingers of the baby boy.
 
            Taking notice of the issue, the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan has directed Medical Director, Children Hospital, Lahore to submit a detailed report within three days.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice out-of-order ventilators at Services Hospital, Lahore that reportedly 07 out of 17 ventilators were out of order. The action was taken on reports that hundreds of patients requiring intensive care were suffering due to shortage of ventilators and were using the urgent alternate of Ambo-bag. It was also reported that only three ventilators of ICU children ward were functional.
 
            Taking notice of the issue, the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan has directed Chief Secretary, Punjab to probe into the matter and submit report within 10 days to verify the position, if all the ventilators are in order or otherwise.
 
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