The allottees of Sector G-14 of the federal capital have expressed concern over the inordinate delay in the development work of the sector.
The allottees also pointed out the delay in the report of a commission about houses of affected people, especially complaints of construction of illegal houses and one-room structures.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) had formed the commission comprising District and Sessions Judge (r) Chaudhry Mazhar Hussain Minhas to probe into the matter.
The IHC had also banned construction in the sector and gave November 30 deadline to the commission to finalise the report. However, the commission on December 5 sought more time from the court to finalise the report.
The allottees, while talking to this agency, said the delay in the report might embolden the land mafia and lead to further delay in development work in the sector.
It is pertinent to mention here that some members of land mafia had constructed small structures and huts in sectors G-14/1, 2 and 3 to get compensation money from the civic authority.
The allottees have appealed to the commission to finalise the report as soon as possible so as to accelerate development work.
The allottees also demanded the FGEHF to further strengthen their site office and the officials deployed there should submit daily progress report of ongoing development work to the director general of Housing Foundation.