ISLAMABAD: On Saturday, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) demolished the lawn of PPP Secretary General Nayyar Bukhari’s house, triggering the response from Party’s Chairman Bilawal Bhuuto Zardari.
CAD claimed that it was built on encroached land that belonged to the Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU).
The move was strongly condemned by PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, who described the operation on Bukhari’s residence as “a tool of political oppression”.
“The operation against Nayyar Bukhari’s house is shameful,” said Bilawal in a statement. “It is an attempt to suppress political opinion.”
Bilawal demanded that the authorities also conduct an operation at Banigala — Prime Minister Imran Khan’s personal residence. It is pertinent to mention here that a suo motu case regarding houses allegedly built on encroached land in Banigala is being heard in the Supreme Court.