LHC order on Ravi project challenged in SC thecapitaldebates

The PTI-drove Punjab government on Wednesday moved toward the Supreme Court looking for the suspension of the Lahore High Court's on January 25 request, which proclaimed had the Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project (RRUDP) as illicit and 'illegal'. \

LHC order on Ravi project challenged in SC thecapitaldebates
LHC order on Ravi project challenged in SC thecapitaldebates

A division seat of the SC, drove by Justice Ijaz ul Ahsan, will take up issue today (Thursday). Prior, the Supreme Court pulled out its interval request for the rebuilding of the Ravi Urban Development Authority (RUDA).

A two-judge seat, headed by Justice Ahsan, heard the case relating to the Punjab government's allure against the interval request of the LHC to suspend RUDA.

During the conference, the court decided that the LHC had given a last decision in the RUDA case, yet the Punjab government could in any case challenge the choice before the SC.

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The summit court additionally expressed that under the law, a between time request had been joined in the decision. "Requests against the interval request have become incapable after the last judgment," the SC request read.

The legal counselor addressing RUDA looked for about fourteen days from the SC to survey the high court request. To this, Justice Ahsan commented that the high court had effectively given its decision and there was no reason for delaying requests.

"To raise lawful issues, raise them in an allure against the choice," he added. 

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