ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Islamabad High Court Monday termed that former Estate Officer in the Ministry of Housing and Works move to allocate a government residence to his brother was illegal. The single bench of Justice Mohammad Munir Peracha in his detailed judgement said that allotment made to Aftab Ahmed Khan, scientific officer Global Change Impact Studies Centre, was patently illegal. The respondent is not a federal government servant within the meaning of Accommodation Allocation Rules 2002. Order dated 5.9.2008 is therefore, patently illegal, which is declared to have been made without lawful authority having no legal effect, the Judge writes. Accepting a writ of Dr Habib ur Rehman, medical officer Federal Government Services Hospital, the bench said that acceptance of his plea did not mean that the house stood allotted to petitioner. The allotment of the house to the petitioner shall be decided in accordance with rules, the judgement added. The petitioner had challenged former Estate Officer Sher Afzal Marwat allotment of an official residence to his brother in Sector F-6/4 through a letter dat Meanwhile, the computerisation process of all sections of Islamabad High Court at a cost of around Rs7 million will kick start soon. Additional Registrar Establishment Ejaz Ahmed told this news agency that the Ministry of Science and Technology, which would also undertake the project, allocated a sum of about Rs 7 million. Under the process whole sections of High Court will be connected through computer networking with internet facility, which will further ensure smooth functioning of all sections, he added.