Tsunami project, tree plantation, Pakistan, Supreme Court

Pakistan’s top court sniffs corruption in Rs 10bn tsunami project of govt

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has sought all the details of the Rs 10 billion tsunami project in a case related to tree planting on the banks of rivers and canals.

A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed heard the case of tree planting on the banks of rivers and canals in the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

During the hearing, Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed said that contempt of court notices would be issued to Sindh officials for violating the court order. Sindh officers would also go to jail and even from their jobs.

Chief Justice of Pakistan said that Islamabad administration is very proud, and asked where are 500,000 trees planted in Islamabad?

Islamabad administration officials told the apex court that they would submit all the details to the court.

Chief Justice of Pakistan said that you must have planted all the trees in Bani Gala, trees are being cut in Islamabad, random trees have been planted on Kashmir Highway.

The CDA’s director of environment told the court that no funds had been received for two years. The Chief Justice said that how many beautiful plants are planted along the roadsides in the world, in




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