While hearing the case of KCR revival at Karachi Registry by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Gulzar Ahmed with a bench of three members ordered to submit the outlines of plan to tell the court that what government can do and what it can’t. Supreme Court (SC) sought the outlines of plan from Sindh Government about the revival of Karachi Circular Railway (KCR). Bench also ordered Secretary Railway to recover the land of his department in Gulshan-e-Iqbal where a railway employees’ society has been constructed. During proceedings, AG Sindh Salman Talabuddin told the court that KCR is included in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Chinese are overseeing this project and complained about the lack of funds for the revival of the project. The SC showed exasperation towards delay and remarked that court should summon Prime Minister and Chief Minister Sindh to know who will work on the project. Court also expressed discontentment over Railway Department and remarked that people in the department are not competent to run the institution. About the invasion on KCR track, court stated that Secretary Railway admitted that track in Gulshan-e-Iqbal has been encroached. “The assistance of all law enforcing agencies should be acquired for the removal of encroachment,” bench ordered. Due to lack of progress the bench said; “Tell us in writing that you can’t do it,” court remarked, at which Secretary Railway responded that we want to restore it.