PESHAWAR: The Peshawar Excessive Courtroom (PHC) on Tuesday issued notices to federal secretary communications and secretary for State and Frontier Areas (Safron) in a writ petition filed towards closure of the Pak-Afghan Ittehad Bus Service for the final one yr.
A two-member PHC bench comprising Chief Justice Yahya Afridi and Justice Ikramullah Khan sought reply from secretaries for Communications and Safron. They have been directed to elucidate as to why the bus service had been closed between the 2 neighboring nations.
The writ petition was filed by the administration of the Pak-Afghan Ittehad Bus Service by means of their lawyer Sajeed Afridi. The lawyer submitted that Pakistan and Afghanistan had began the bus service for peoples of each the nations. Nevertheless, he stated one yr in the past, the bus service was closed between the neighboring nations on the directives of the Ministry of Inside. He submitted that folks of each the nations have been dealing with nice difficulties in travelling after the closure of the bus service.
The lawyer prayed the courtroom to order and challenge directives to the Ministry of Inside for re-opening of the bus service. The extra advocate common submitted that the provincial authorities had filed a reply within the petition. The bench directed deputy lawyer basic, representing the federal authorities, to make sure submission of reply within the petition earlier than the subsequent listening to.
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