Written order issued on petition against shortage of petroleum products
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has issued a written order on a petition against the shortage of petroleum products.
According to details, Chief Justice Lahore High Court Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan has issued a five-page interim written order on the petition against the shortage of petroleum products.
According to the written order, the elected representatives pay attention to the public welfare, the special advisers to the prime minister, the aides do not have contact with the people.
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The court order said that the attitude of the advisers, the inclination of the decisions was towards the companies instead of the people and the federation was being given another chance to take action against the shortage of petroleum products.
The order issued by the Lahore High Court said that the Attorney General has assured that the commission will be completely impartial. The statement of the federal government to form an impartial commission is acceptable.
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