The main character of the Turkish drama Derelish Ertugrul, which is being translated into Urdu on Pakistan Television (PTV) under the name of Ertugrul Ghazi, has canceled his contract with the Pakistani brand as an ambassador.
A few days ago, the main character of Ertugrul Ghazi had signed a brand ambassador contract with a private housing society in the capital of Islamabad. In such a manner, the private lodging society had said in different posts on the photograph sharing application Instagram that Engin Altan Duzyatan would before long go to the weighty service of the mosque at Blue World in Islamabad.
In another post, it was said that he has been respected to have Engin Altan Duzyatan in Pakistan and will before long get a noteworthy gathering. Later, in a video released on Instagram, Engin Altan Duzyatan confirmed to be the ambassador of the Pakistani brand and said that he would come to Pakistan soon.
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Now Ertugrul Ghazi's main character has canceled his contract because Blue World City has been declared illegal. In this regard, the report of the Turkish state broadcaster TRT said that the hero of the drama serial 'R Tughral Ghazi', Engin Altan Duzyatan has canceled his contract with Blue World City.
According to the report, in a telephone conversation with Dr. Furqan Hameed, anchor of Yar Min Turkey YouTube channel, Engin Altan Duzyatan said that at the time of the agreement he did not have much information about Blue World City.
Ertugrul Ghazi's role added that in light of the information received from Pakistan and the lack of a good opinion of the firm, he has decided to cancel the agreement reached as an ambassador. Engin Altan Duzyatan said that formal cancellation documents would be issued soon in this regard.
On the other hand, referring to Blue World City, Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) spokesman Hafiz Mohammad Irfan said that this housing society is illegal which has neither NOC (No Objection Certificate) nor any. The layout plan exists. He further said that RDA has also filed a case against the housing society in the court which is still pending.
The spokesperson further said that the Rawalpindi Development Authority has not yet issued NOC to the Blue World Housing Society and it has been advertised in the newspapers several times in this regard that the housing society is illegal so Pakistanis abroad should invest in it. Don't do
Hafiz Mohammad Irfan further said that on June 15 this year, he had approached the Chontra police station to register a case against the management of the Blue World Society but the police had not registered a case. He said that at the police station after which the RDA approached the court and the case is still ongoing
It may be recalled that RDA had sealed the offices of 5 housing societies in February last year, including the Blue World Housing Society. A press release issued by the RDA said that notices were sent to the five illegal housing schemes under the Punjab Private Housing Schemes and Land Sub-Division Rules, 2010, but they responded.
The owners of these properties were running site offices of their illegal housing schemes in violation of Punjab Private Housing Schemes and Land Sub-Division Rules, 2010. A spokesman for the RDA told Dawn News that the agreement was canceled because the Blue World Housing Society had no legal status.