AG to conduct audit of Royal Palm club, rules Supreme Court

LAHORE: The Supreme Courtroom on Friday mentioned the Auditor Basic of Pakistan (AGP) will conduct a forensic audit of Lahore’s Royal Palm Golf and Nation Membership.

A 3-judge bench of the apex courtroom, headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, was listening to a case associated to unlawful constructions on the Pakistan Railways’ land at Lahore registry.

The highest courtroom on Dec 27 took the membership, constructed on the land of the railways, into judicial custody and directed chartered accountancy agency AF Ferguson to hold out an audit of the membership after taking its document into custody.

Justice Nisar, nonetheless, remarked the AGP will now conduct an audit of the Royal Palm membership.

The membership’s former administration knowledgeable the courtroom that every one its document had been handed over to Ferguson, including that the railways had 10-year previous document of the membership.

The chief justice mentioned the apex courtroom would take up the difficulty pertaining to the membership’s lease in Islamabad. “You constructed an unlawful cinema and marriage ceremony halls on the membership premises. You’ll have to account for each penny,” he remarked whereas pointing to former membership officers who appeared in courtroom at the moment.

In the meantime, Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed knowledgeable the judges that circumstances involving billions of rupees value of railways land had been pending in numerous courts throughout the nation owing to remain orders. To which, the chief justice directed the minister to supply an inventory of such circumstances.

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