A public hearing is a legal proceeding in which public members can provide input or express their views on a particular issue or proposal. Typically, public hearings are conducted by government agencies or legislative bodies and are used to gather feedback from the community before making decisions that may impact the public.
During a public hearing, interested individuals or groups may present, ask questions, or comment on the discussed issue. Some rules and procedures must be followed, such as time limits for speaking and guidelines for respectful conduct. This news tells you about the CDA’s latest initiative.
CDA Holds Public Hearing for Nearly 100 Canceled Plot Allottees
On Tuesday, CDA announced that it would conduct a public hearing for over 100 allottees of cancelled plots for the first time in the country’s history. CDA Chairman Captain Noor ul Amin Menga announced this. Who takes the chair over a public hearing held at the Jinnah Convention Centre, accompanied by officials from the legal wing?
During the hearing, Chairman Mengal emphasized the need to address the wrong of individuals whose plots were cancelled from 1993 onwards. He also showed zero tolerance for police who impeded the correct disposition of lawful cases.
He stated that prior allottees whose properties were cancelled would have their cases evaluated every first week of the month.