LAHORE Justice Ijazul Ahsan of Lahore High Court on Friday called for a report from the Punjab government within 10 days on a petition which seeks registration of a criminal case against all those, on the public and private side, who are responsible for the tragic accident of the student bus in Kallar Kahar. The court has also sought reply as to implementation of the Punjab Motor Vehicle Ordinance, 1965 and Motor Vehicle Rules 1969 whose criteria was improved by this Court in 2009, to protect the people traveling in public and private transport. The judge while seeking report from the government observed that as the matter is related to precious human lives the court will pass such a verdict which may bring about positive results in future to ensure safety to the people in public transport. The court also directed the Punjab government to implement in letter and spirit, Motorway Police law as the law on public transport in order to avoid anymore Kallar Kahar like incident. The judge ordered the authorities not to let any vehicle come on the road without fitness certificate. The judge was hearing an application filed by Muhammad Azhar Siddique advocate in his already pending petition on the identical matter seeking implementation of pubic transport laws. The petitioner lawyer pleaded that criteria laid down in the Punjab Motor vehicle ordinance, 1965 and Motor Vehicle rules 1969 are not being fulfilled by transporter mafia and the provincial transport department and it is causing tragic accidents like recent one in Kallar Kahar that took about 40 lives, mostly school children. The petitioner requested the court to give directions for constituting a judicial commission or high powered committee by the government for probe into the reasons of the tragic accident. He said the judicial commission should examine percentage of the defective vehicles plying on roads and pass recommendations to make necessary amendments in the statutory laws to regulate transport vehicles. He said the school bus that met accident in Kallar Kahar incident was overloaded and defected carrier and it under the law could not be permitted to ply on highway like Motorway and the same violation of the motor vehicles laws caused deaths of school children apart from injuries to others in the bus. He also prayed for a direction to the authorities executing a computerized MIS system to control, monitor and regulate the public transport including registration of vehicles fitness, licenses of drivers and different documentations about entry and exit of vehicles from the city. Meanwhile, the Lahore High Court has placed at the disposal of the Punjab Government the services of two District ant Sessions Judges Ms Uzma Akhtar Chughtia and Ch Zafar Iqbal for their appointment respectively as presiding officer, Punjab Labour Court, Sargodha and Special Judge, Court of Anti-Corruption, Sargodha in the public interest and with immediate effect for a period of three years.