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LHC hears pleas against shortage of petroleum products

LHC hears pleas against shortage of petroleum products
July 16, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – The Lahore High Court (LHC) heard pleas against shortage of petroleum products on Thursday. During the proceedings, Chairperson OGRA Uzma Adil, the attorney general and the Punjab chief secretary appeared before court. LHC Chief Justice Qasim Khan remarked that instead of responding to the supply, the answer is given oil is available but people are buying more due to rumors. “There is a rumor that unelected people are running the government,” he added. The attorney general, during the hearing, presented minutes of cabinet meeting. The chief justice raised questions on the inclusion of non-elected people in the federal cabinet. Earlier, conducting hearing on a case pertaining to petroleum crisis in the country, the LHC decided formation of a high-level commission to probe the matter. LHC Chief Justice Justice Qasim Khan sought the names for commission members from the attorney general, remarking that if the names of the attorney general were not suitable, the court would suggest itself. The chief justice said that the principal secretary’s report has nothing but evasive statements in it. Attorney General Khalid Javed Khan told the court that the government has nothing to hide and action will be taken against the responsible persons. LHC Chief Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan also remarked that the federal government provided benefit of Rs 7 billion to petroleum companies by fining them Rs 40 million only.
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