LAHORE (May 20, 2021): Former Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif’s land in Ferozepur area of Sheikhupura has been auctioned.
The highest bidder for the former prime minister’s land was Chaudhry Muhammad Botha, who set a rate of Rs. 11 million per acre, on which the land was auctioned to him.
The land auction process was completed at the Sheikhupura Municipal Office.
Ajmal Farooq, who is in charge of the bidding process, said that the court would be informed about the bid price of Nawaz Sharif’s property and the court would decide on the successful bidder.
Six claimants to the land also appeared during the auction, claiming to be the inheritors of the land.
Talking to the media, Mohammad Botha said that it is the job of the administration to look after the land claimants, when the government conducts the auction, we will participate.
Earlier, the former prime minister’s 11 acres of land was put up for auction.
The court order for auction of Nawaz Sharif’s property was read out.
Mukhtar Habib, the claimant who came forward during the auction of the property, said that we are the hereditary owners of this land, the land is ours, and how can it be auctioned?
Another claimant, Naveed Nasir, also said that it was our inherited property.
On this occasion, the management directed the land claimants to approach the court.
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