LAHORE - Chief Justice Lahore High Court Friday directed president Aitchison Housing Society (AHS) and registrar Co-Operative Society to produce record of plots distribution in the AHS. The Chief Justice further directed them to come up with a proposal to payback money or plot to the allottees whose plots have been occupied illegally. Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif adjourned further hearing till September 14. Chief Justice had taken suo moto notice over the alleged non-issuance of plots by AHS to three women who made full payment in 1981. According to a complaint sent to the CJ by post, Humaira Amjad, Feroza Sarwar and Zammurad Salman bought three different plots, F-17, F-15 and A-62 of one kanal each in Aitcheson Housing Society in 1981. It was alleged that plots F-15 and F-17 were in illegal possession of ex-president of the society while one Maqsood Butt was occupying plot A-62. Later, the CJ had appointed a local commission to look into the matter of non-issuance of plots to women after the law officer informed the court that their plots did not situated in the society. Chief Justice also constituted a four-member committee to check revenue record and take action against the illegal occupants of the society after registrar co-operative society reported that more than 50 per cent of plots in the society were under illegal possession.