ISLAMABAD: Some two dozen housing societies in the federal capital, had committed serious kind of irregularities, on a large scale in the site plans approved by the CDA. These housing societies have manipulated the site plans by selling the land reserved for public facilitation, such as schools, mosques, health centres, libraries, community centres, graveyards, parks, play rounds and even roads for commercial and residential use. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has forwarded the cases of this to NAB and FIA. A report revealed that the sectors of federal capitals G-15 and F-15 were to be developed under Jammu Kashmir Housing Society, where according to the site plan 26 kanals of land was reserved for mosques but out of it 2.6 kanals were merged with the residential and commercial plots. Similarly 17.53 kanals of land was earmarked for the construction of a library and health & community centres but out of this land 15.83 kanals of land were sold out. Likewise 233 kanals were kept for playgrounds and green belts but 153 kanals were changed into commercial and residential plots. The documentary evidences showed that a housing scheme in the sectors of A-17, B-17 and B-18 with the name of Multi Gardens was approved, which covered a total area of 7672 kanals, and was the project of a private firm named Multi Professionals Housing Scheme. The CDA approved 553.27 kanals of land for public parks and green belts out of which some 277.04 kanals were put up for sale, whereas the entire land of 29 kanals reserved for educational institutions was also sold out. The Pakistan Medical Cooperative Society had a total land of 276 kanals as approved in sector E-11. But it sold out 72.85 kanals of land assigned for green belts, public parks, graveyard, schools and colleges. Similarly Sohan Gardens Zone-V also made money by selling 203 kanals allocated for public service use as commercial and residential plots. The society also sold 68 kanals for graveyard and 78 kanals of soil where a fire brigade was to be constructed. Likewise in the sector E-11, the CDA approved eight storey apartments but the company constructed 11 storey flats without getting approval. Added to this a restaurant was made in place of a public park.