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The Sindh High Court (SHC) has given an order to Pizza Hut and Burger King Franchises to get rid of their belongings from their North Nazimabad outlets within 14 days. The outlets are located over a trilateral, 28,000 square feet public park in Block A of North Nazimabad.

Once cleared, the land will be making way for Green Line bus project interchange. The SHC has also ordered the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation to make sure that the piece of land is sustained as a greenbelt area even after the interchange for the Green Line Bus project is constructed.

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Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan ordered that “The parties are, however, cautioned to ensure that the said piece of public land, either before the construction of the said project or thereafter will always be open to the public and no commercial venture on the said premises to be undertaken.”

“The [Green Line bus project] being constructed there by the defendants should not become a nuisance to the neighborhood and the greenbelt that ought to have been provided in the said piece of land is maintained,” the judge ruled.

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The plaintiff went to court against KMC orders of emptying the triangular park premises of 28,000 square feet- the plaintiff claimed that the district government of Karachi had given this land to them on lease in 2007 for running the outlets.

The plaintiff also got the agreement renewed with the DMC once KMC was established. Some time ago, the DMC officials had requested the franchises to vacate the premises since their outlets disrupted the design of the Green Line bus project construction. No notices were issued from before, said the lawyer and pleading the court, the outlets were allowed to do business.

A settlement out of court was then in the works; the matter was then resolved on Wednesday when the parties involved MCR Private Limited and KMC authorities reached an agreement.

The advocate who represented the eateries, Burger King and Pizza Hut reached a conclusion that they are going to withdraw the suit and applications provided they be given 14 days to remove their things from the location.

KMC’s lawyers and provincial government were in favor of this request.

The bench then issued the following order:

“The parties are, however, cautioned to ensure that the said piece of public land, either before the construction of the said project or thereafter will always be open to the public and no commercial venture on the said premises to be undertaken and the project being constructed there by the defendants should not become a nuisance to the neighborhood and the greenbelt that ought to have been provided in the said piece of land is maintained.”

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