ISLAMABAD (Online) The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has totally neglected mosques and residents of Saidpur village during the ongoing Saidpur Model Village Project. Voicing strong protest over neglecting mosques and utilizing million of ruppess for renovation and preservation of Hindu temple and Gurdwara by CDA, the residents of Saidpur village have made it clear that they would not allow the authority to demolish Central Gousia Masjid. The CDA has come up with a plan amounting to Rs 400 million to preserver the centuries old Saidpur village. Under Phase-1 of the project, up to 150 million has been utilized so far. The civic authority is utilizing million of rupees to preserve Hindu temple and Gurdwara but ironically there is no Buddhist in the temple it is only a room which is being renovated. Upto 10 Kanals barren land has been renovated by placing beautiful stones. CDA boss Kamran Lashari and Project Director Mustafain Kazmi assured the affectees that alternative homes and shops would be provided to them but amazingly only supporters and workers of PML-Q got houses and shops. Chairman CDA Kamran Lashari and Project Director has allotted alternative homes and shops to voters of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q) but the voters of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) are still without homes and shops in the village. On the other hand, CDA is devising strategy to demolish Gousia mosque because it comes on the way leading to a Hindu temple and aims to construct it at another place. Prayer leader of mosque told this news agency that the residents of the area would not allow the authority to do so. According to the sources, basically Project Director Mustafain Kazmi is not an engineer and under clause of engineering council, director cannot depute any other officer as Project Director without any engineering degree. CDA starts giving allotment letters to affectees The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has started giving allotment letters to the affectees of Sector E-12 and D-12. CDA Director Land and Rehabilitation, Chaudhry Asadullah Faiz told that the civic agency has formed a strategy to give on-the-spot allotment letters. CDA Chairman Kamran Lashari accompanied by a local MNA Anjum Aqeel Khan and PPP leader Dr Israr Shah gave allotment letters to some 10 affected persons the other day, he mentioned. He said the Land and Rehabilitation Directorate is preparing lists of affected persons. Fiaz observed that the process of giving allotment letters would help avoid false claims. He maintained that there were about 2300 affected persons in E-12 who were compensated with plots in I-14 and the authority was considering the option to allocate more land for such affectees in other sectors too. "Of the 2300 victims, 400 have already been given allotment letters in Sector I-14. Others will get allotment letters in the next two months as we have expedited the process," he added.