The Sindh High Court (SHC) has sent notices to officials of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) and the Pakistan Hydrocarbon Development Institute (HDip) in the case of instant compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) used in vehicles.
The court issued warnings after discovering that there were insufficient mechanisms to verify and verify the CNG and LNG kits used in school and other vehicles.
SHC Issues Notices to OGRA and HDIP for Not Ensuring Safety of CNG Kits in Vehicles
Probably an SHC bank of two judges sat down to listen to a set of petitions about the above problem. Secretary of Transport and Mass Transit Akhtar Ghouri appears in court. He was asked to explain if there was any mechanism to issue physical fitness certificates for the CNG games used in the vehicles.
The secretary told the court that the responsibility was OGRA, as it was the authority to control the issue. He also claims that the HDip is under the control and supervision of OGRA and is responsible for verifying the quality of the kits.
Traffic Senior Superintendent (SSP), Najeeb Khan, argued that his department often removes CNG / LPG school vans. He also issued a report on the number of fines and the cylinders confiscated by the traffic police.
the court heard, issued notices to OGRA and HDip, while searching for the presence of relevant Ogra officer and director of HDip on 21 February 2019.
The court will also examine copies of relevant laws in the presence of the OGRA and HDIP representative.
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