The tenants were asked to clear their dues or face eviction with legal process. He said that the Bahadur-ud-Dawla Complex was an old structure and needs to be renovated immediately.
“It was constructed more than 40 years ago. It needs immediate repair and renovation. So, we have planned to renovate it, we will consider reconstruction,” said the waqf board chairman. Saleem said legal action would be take in case of further delay in clearing rents to waqf board.
“Waqf board will issue notices to all tenants those who failed to pay rent with arrears. Notices will be served to the tenants of Allauddin Complex at Pathergatti. The Board has started a drive to collect rents to increase board’s income,” said Saleem.