ISLAMABAD - Capital Development Authority has confessed irregularities in its Fatima Jinnah Park plan before three-member bench of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Earlier, the counsel for CDA Mian Allah Nawaz apprised the court that Authority had violated article 18 of the constitution while executing F-9 Park project and begged the court for mercy saying that it was divine. On this Justice Ramday, a member of the bench remarked, For divine only Supreme Court judges are left. CDA tried to convince the bench for mitigation but the bench observed that no compromise would be made on principles. In his remarks CJ said prima facie CDA did not allow competition that is negation of transparency. Counsel for food outlet argued in his case that his firm did not violate any rules and regulations. On this CJ said CDA had already confessed it had violated article 18, now beneficiary could not defend. The CJ said if foundation of a building was not sustainable then how building would sustain. On the occasion, Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday asked, Do the judges suppose to forgive only as apologies are being extended after every mistake and blunder? Ramday said that a mausoleum should be made at the little place left in the park to bury the constitution. The bench observed that foreign food outlet established their franchisees in several public parks across the country. The bench further observed that 95 per cent poor and downtrodden used to visit public parks and they could not afford such high price food. CJ advised them to prefer indigenous companies while advertising/selecting for such projects. Justice Ramday said that Quaid-e-Azam sacrificed all of his property in the name of Pakistan and never eat a biscuit from national exchequer, but today in the name of Quaid people are encroaching land and that is against the sprit of Quaids teachings. The bench observed the lack of transparency in the project, as CDA could not produce any relevant documents of this project, except notifications issued by PM Secretariat. Justic Ramday on the occasion said that even 35 PMs collectively have no authority to bring change in the constitution. The case was adjourned till 13 May.