ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Courtroom on Monday suspended Lahore Excessive Courtroom’s choice to remain an inquiry in a case pertaining to a hike in oil and ghee costs and ordered an inquiry in opposition to the mills.
A 3-member bench headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial heard the case and identified errors in LHC’s choice.
The fee initiated an inquiry in opposition to 117 mills on the criticism, wrote letters to 117 ghee mills for info, and initiated an investigation into the rise in ghee costs following the responses acquired.
Justice Mansoor Ali Shah noticed that the authority handed the order with out writing letters to the ghee mills.
“Who gave the authority to the joint director to begin the investigation,” the justice questioned.
The lawyer of the fee stated that inquiries in opposition to ghee mills have been stopped following the order of the Lahore Excessive Courtroom.
Justice Mansoor Ali Shah inquired why the mills had been summoned with out being given a cause.
Justice Umar Ata Bandial remarked that the order of the Lahore Excessive Courtroom was being suspended and the fee ought to conduct an inquiry.
The courtroom adjourned the listening to.