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1/30/2018

COURT MOVED TO SAVE ITS GATE FROM DEMOLITION

COURT MOVED TO SAVE ITS GATE FROM DEMOLITION
A write petition on Monday was moved in the Lahore High Court against the likely demolition of high court’s historic gate
near GPO – the point from where Orange Line would also pass. Judicial Activism Panel filed the petition through Advocate Azhar Siddique, submitting that the gate of Lahore High Court from GPO side had historical value but the government wanted to demolish it to expand GPO Chowk.  In fact, the demolition was being planned for Orange Line Metro Train project which was not allowed under the law, he said.  The petitioner said the government’s NOC for demolition of the historic gate was illegal and unlawful. He asked the court to restrain the Punjab government from damaging the gate due to its historic value. 


As the LHC was moved against the delay in appointment of a vice chancellor of University of Health Sciences (UHS) and charge of acting-vice chancellor given to Prof Dr Faisal Masood. Sheikh Waseem, a local citizen, filed the petition through Advocate Nasir Qureshi and submitted that UHS had been without regular vice-chancellor for last one year. Meanwhile, the LHC expressed concerns over nonappearance of counsel for Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) in the court during the proceedings of a petition moved by former IGP Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera. Sukhera challenged summons against him by an anti-terrorism court in Model Town killings’ case. A full bench headed by Justice Abdul Sami Khan was hearing the matter.
  As the proceedings commenced, the former IGP appeared with his lawyer but the PAT’s counsel Advocate Rai Bashir Ahmad could not appear which irked the judges.  “Party leaders used to say in the media that the judges do not decide their cases but now its own counsel is absent. 

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