LAHORE: The Supreme Court has quashed the High Court’s decision to ban the supply of petrol to motorcyclists without helmets and remarked that if a person goes to the oven without a handkerchief, he will not get bread.

According to details, a petition was heard in the Lahore Registry of the Supreme Court against the ban on the supply of petrol to motorcyclists without helmets. DC Lahore Mudassar Riaz Malik CTO Lahore Syed Hammad appeared in the Supreme Court Lahore Registry.

The petitioner said that on the orders of the High Court, the supply of petrol without a helmet was banned.

The bench remarked that if a person goes to the oven without a handkerchief, he will not get bread. On the inquiry of the court, the public prosecutor said that there is no such law but the DC complied with the order of the court.

During the hearing, the head of the bench addressed the deputy commissioner and said that the remarks on the issue of dress were not intended to insult him. However, every place has its own procedure. Everyone who comes to court is respected, whether he is a lawyer, a doctor, a professor, or an Engineer. Those living below the socio-economic level are also respectable, each area has a different dress that is respectable.

A full bench in the Supreme Court Registry quashed the High Court’s decision to ban the supply of petrol to motorcyclists without helmets and allowed the plea of ​​local lawyer Yasir Chaudhry.

The petition challenged orders not to provide petrol to motorcyclists without helmets.

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