ISLAMABAD - The Capital Development Authority (CDA) Board has declined some of the bids offered by the bidders during a recently held two-day open auction of the residential and commercials plots. The rejected bids done the other day, interestingly include an ever-highest bid; the CDA has received against a commercial plot in Sector F-7 Markaz, Jinnah Super Market. Bids for two plots located in the Orchard Scheme Muree Road were also turned down by the Board besides other residential and commercial plots. Earlier, a bidder has offered highest ever bid of a commercial plot, 1-D, situated in Jinnah Super Market, Sector F-7 Markaz, with unprecedented 241 percent higher than the previous highest bid of a commercial plot of the same size in the area. Plot no. 1-D, measuring 200 square-yard had fetched a bid of Rs 860,000 per square yard on the second day of two-day open auction. However, bids offered against plot numbers 48 and 51 measuring 4.76 acres and 2.64 acres respectively were rejected for low price offers. Dubiously, the plot 1-D was offered for bid contrary to the fact that it was not included in a broacher the Authority made public prior to the auction process, but interestingly it secured highest-ever bid. Talking to The Nation, Director Estate Management II Waqar Khan said the Authority had decided to auction the said plot at eleventh hour, and the broacher was published days before the auction dates. He said CDA Board had rejected the bid on the grounds that Authority had decided to increase width area of the three-side open corner plot. By doing so CDA will be able to receive high price than it had received the other day.