Lahore High Court dismisses traders' Request to Remove Lockdown

Lahore High Court dismisses traders' Request to Remove Lockdown

Lahore High Court dismisses traders' Request to Remove Lockdown, The court ordered Naeem Mir, secretary of the Association of Traders, to pay Rs 50,000 and receive the money under the Inland Revenue Act.

The Lahore High Court heard the request of Naeem Mir, the general secretary of the association's traders. Chief Justice Qasim Khan remarks that it is a government policy to maintain or end the lockdown, Applications for cheap reputation are filed in the court's Applicants seeking unnecessary and cheap reputation will have no exception, Won't allow anyone to waste court time, Then it would make sense if thousands of lives were lost due to corona, The whole world has been ruined by the Coronavirus.

The application took the stand that Lockdown is in the country due to the coronavirus, Due to this, provincial and central institutions are closed The virus infected all schools of thought, the Business community was also badly affected by Coronavirus, Prime Minister's Relief Fund is giving 12,000 per capita to poor people, Traders affected by the Relief Fund have been deprived, The court has requested that the Prime Minister should be ordered to pay the Relief Fund money to the traders as well.

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