SC judge recuses himself from FGEHA’s plea against IHC

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Observer Report
Islamabad

Justice Sajjad Ali Shah recused himself on Monday from the Supreme Court bench hearing the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority’s (FGEHA) petition against the Islamabad High Court’s restraining orders on allotment of plots to judges, bureaucrats and government employees in the capital’s F-14 and F-15 sectors.

On October 10, the FGEHA approached the apex court against the IHC’s restraining orders regarding allotment of plots to judges, bureaucrats and government employees through balloting.

Through its counsel Akram Sheikh, the FGEHA has filed two petitions against the IHC’s August 20 and September 13 orders, requesting the apex court to restrain the IHC from passing orders of similar nature against the petitioner.

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