The Lahore High Court ordered the government to present the records of Tosha Khana records from 1947 to 2001.
The government’s appeal against the decision to release records regarding Tosha Khana gifts from 1990 to 2001 was heard by a two-member bench headed by Justice Shahid Bilal Hassan of the Lahore High Court.
While the court stated that the initial order should be followed, Deputy Attorney General Nasr Ahmad stated that the records of the Tosha Khana from 1947 to 1990 are not available.
These are the state’s assets. It is disappointing to learn that no record exists. The absence of a record is incomprehensible. In addition, the Deputy Attorney General expressed surprise.
According to a two-member bench of the Lahore High Court, bills are passed quickly, but those that should be passed are not. What should children receive?
The court said that it involves the whole country, bring every one of the records of Tosha Khana from 1947 to 2001, generally every one of the officials from that time till currently should show up in the court, regardless of whether those officials have resigned.
The Lahore High Court ordered all of Tosha Khana’s records to be presented and put off hearing the government’s appeal until the end of May.
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