Islamabad: The Pakistan government is committed to take action against the sugar millers who were responsible for creating artificial sugar shortages in the country, said Shahzad Akbar, special assistant to the Pakistan Prime Minister.
Addressing a press conference on Friday, Akbar said, “Sugar mills are trying to obstruct the government from taking action against them by going to court but the government is optimistic about winning the case against them in court.”
According to the media report in Pakistan, he said, “The Islamabad High Court (IHC) declared the commission legal but the Sindh High Court (SHC) stopped the government agencies from acting against the sugar mills in Sindh. However, now the Supreme Court has recently set aside the SHC’s stay order and ordered the SHC and IHC division bench [which is hearing sugar mills intra-court appeal] to dispose of the cases in three week. The government is waiting for the court to issue their verdicts.”
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