LHC gives verdict on plea on petroleum crisis
The Lahore High Court (LHC) has announced a major verdict against those responsible for the petroleum crisis that erupted last year.
According to details, Azhar Siddique and Sardar Farhat Manzoor Chandio had filed a petition in the LHC against the petroleum crisis in the country, on which Chief Justice (CJ) of the LHC, Muhammad Qasim Khan, has ruled.
The court ruled that the government should take stern action against those who created the artificial crisis. The accused should be recovered as these companies looted billions of rupees from the people in times of crisis.
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The CJ LHC ordered that the storage should be improved to avoid such a crisis in the future and the government would be bound to maintain the minimum amount of storage.
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In its judgment, the court directed that the recommendations made by the commission on petroleum crisis should be implemented and the recommendations of the commission should be placed before the federal cabinet which should take action.
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The LHC in its decision said that the federal government should form a committee on the recommendation of the commission to maintain or dissolve Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) which would decide on it.
The court directed that a report on the implementation of court orders be submitted to the High Court within three months.
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