Bahria Town’s Sector F has become a bone of contention between the developer and plot owners, many of who even staged protests in the recent past to get possession of their properties.
On March 15, 2016, Bahria Town held the second round of balloting to allot plot numbers against files for which accounts had been cleared by February 15, 2015.
Those who were unsuccessful in the ballot are still confused about the status of their properties, but this is what they should know: Bahria Town has rolled out a notification stating that those allottees who have paid their instalments but failed to make the cut in the second round of balloting will be able to get plot numbers against their files in the third round, which will be held on May 30, 2016.
Development on the newly balloted plots will be started immediately and completed within 4 months, the notification further stated.
Cancellation of plot files
Bahria Town cancelled the plot files of those defaulters who had paid only five instalments and also of those who did not pay more than six instalments after the first round of balloting.
The developer promised that it will reimburse their allotment once the remaining instalments were paid. These people were summoned today to settle their accounts, but when they went to the Bahria Town office to submit their payments, they were requested to come back on Saturday.
Let’s see if their efforts prove to be successful the day after tomorrow.
Why did people stop paying instalments?
People stopped paying instalments on the basis of rumours that Bahria Town does not have the required land for the project. Now that the developer has cancelled their plot files, they are desperately trying to find a way back in.
And that’s it for now. I have provided all the information I could collect from different sources and only time will tell what’s in store for Sector F. I wish all those who have a stake in the sector the very best of luck. If you would like to add to the information I have provided in this post, please feel free to do so in the comments section below.