ISLAMABAD - Promptly fixing the responsibility of other days representation of a false list containing names of journalists who were allotted plots in Sector I-15 on floor of the National Assembly, the Capital Development Authority Tuesday suspended two of its officers. Officers including Deputy Director Estate Management-I Abid Latif and a Senior Assistant of the Estate Directorate were suspended following the charges of sending an incorrect report to the Cabinet Division, which was forwarded to the National Assembly Secretariat regarding allotment of residential plots to the journalists. An inquiry has also been ordered headed by the Member Estate, CDA, to fix the responsibility for submitting incorrect report in response to a reference received from the National Assembly Secretariat through Cabinet Division seeking information regarding allotment of plots to the journalists in Sector I-15. The spokesman of the CDA said that in 2005, a case was received from the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting for allotment of residential plots to the journalists based in Islamabad. The case was processed and after balloting the allotment was reserved for these journalists. According to preliminary investigation out of these journalists Afzal Bajwa, Moughees Ashraf Baig, Sajjad Khan Tareen, Ansar Ahmed Abbasi, Dilshad Azeem, Syed Zafar Hussain, Jawad Rana, M Ishfaq, Rauf Klasra, Syed Irfan Raza, Khalique Ahemd Kiyani and Sabir Shakir did not show their interest in allotment of plots to them. The spokesman said that while responding to a reference received from National Assembly Secretariat through Cabinet Division, the concerned officers of the Estate Wing, CDA, consulted main file consisting the original list of balloting of plots to the nominees of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. The concerned officers without investigating the facts submitted the report, which was forwarded to the Cabinet Division inadvertently, included all the journalists. The Capital Development Authority has rendered an apology to the journalists for this inadvertent mistake and has expressed its regrets for any inconvenience caused to them.