White Collar Crime by PHA Lahore-Violation of Lahore High Court orders
By our correspondent
Lahore: Smog is a serious issue that affects air quality and can have negative impacts on health. It’s caused by a combination of factors such as vehicular emissions, industrial pollution, and agricultural practices. Implementing measures like reducing emissions, promoting green spaces, and raising awareness can help combat smog and improve air quality in Lahore. To combat with smog issues, Lahore High Court ordered to implant more trees in the city. According to the sources of Daily Notable, various tress has been cut down at Jillani Park Jail Road Lahore. On one hand comissioner Lahore on 26th October was promoting tree plantation, on the contrary, PHAF is cutting down trees. Pictorial evidences are attached.
Cutting down plants can have significant ecological consequences. Trees play a crucial role in carbon sequestration, soil erosion prevention, and providing shade and shelter. It’s important to consider sustainable practices and alternative solutions to minimize the negative impact on the environment.
According to the sources of Daily Notable the tenders, for improvement/ upgradation Clock Tower at Roundabout, Main Market Gulberg Lahore (worth Rs. 19,034,189/-)and improvement/ upgradation of fountain & water channel at Jillani Park Jail Road (worth Rs. 32,026,526/-) have been completed despite the fact that announcement of tenders is on 31st October, 2023. The improvement/ upgradation Clock Tower at Roundabout, Main Market Gulberg Lahore has done against PPRA. rules. Pictorial evidences are attached.
It’s important to respect and abide by the orders of the Lahore High Court to ensure a just and fair society. Violating these orders will have legal consequences and hinder the progress of justice.
When Direction General and Director Horticulture of PHA were asked about their opinion, they disappeared from their offices. Howsoever, if they want to say anything, Daily Notable will publish their statements right away. – PUNA