Karachi: The Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) has excluded the name of its former DG Manzoor Qadir Kaka from the list of officers who approved or were appointed at the time of the construction of Nasla Tower.
According to detailed information, the anti-corruption agency sought from SBCA the names of officials still appointed during the construction of Nasla Tower, which was declared illegal by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
Responding to the letter, the SBCA provided names of 22 officers who remained posted during the period spanning over approval of map to the construction of Nasla Tower.
ACE has summoned officials to record their statements in the case, but none of them appeared in front of the officials concerned.
Sources within SBCA stated that these officials were unable to appear before the investigation team due to New Year’s Eve. They further stated that during the construction of the Nasra Building, 22 police officers remained in Jamshed Town.
“Ex-DG SBCA Manzoor Qadir Kaka played a key role in the commercialization of the tower and also paid a visit to the site,” they said adding that the final approval was also given by him.