Allotment case: Mustafa Kamal’s interim bail extended by 14 days

Allotment case: Mustafa Kamal’s interim bail extended by 14 days
KARACHI: The Sindh High Court has extended the interim bail of former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal in an illegal allotment case by 14 days.
Chief Justice Ahmad Ali M Sheikh during the court procedures remarked that Mustafa Kamal may have forgotten but everyone in Karachi remembered what happened during his tenure.
He gave permission to a private construction firm to construct a multi-story building in the area
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Speaking to the media, Kamal said that everyone has failed to clean Karachi. The city government failed first, then the federal government and now the provincial government.
Kamal said, “The problems in Karachi keep on increasing. Previously, people were dying because of targeted killings and now because of dengue.”
Kamal further said, “The country will be destroyed if Karachi is destroyed.”
In a reference, NAB arrested Kamal of illegally allotting 137 plots on 5,500 acres of land near Sea View.
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