IHC seeks reply for issuance of illegal hunting licenses to Qatri princes.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad High Court has sought a reply from all stake holders responsible for issuance of illegal hunting licenses to Qatri and UAE princes in Punjab.
A single member bench consisting of Justice Gul Hassan Aurangzeb heard the case filed by G. M. Chaudhry, advocate. At the outset the respectable judge heard the petitioner argument who prayed that illegal licences issued by Punjab government for hunting may be suspended. He mentioned that licence is valid only for 15 to 20 days.
But the Punjab government for obtaining Qatari letter and on the basis of personal relations has granted illegal permission for the Qatari and UAE princes. He said the land of the farmers has been badly destroyed.
Later on after hearing the arguments the court ordered that all stake holders should submit their replies within ten days and adjourned the proceeding.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Dec 3, 2017|
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