KARACHI - Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday issued notice to Chairman Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC), SSN Abbasi, and Controller Examination seeking explanation till July 6. Uzma Rafiq along with other five persons filed a petition in SHC by submitting that they were scheduled to appear in Combined Competitive Exam (CCE) of civil law held by SPSC in 2008 and the time of the exam was from 2.00pm to 5.00pm. When they reached the centre, they learnt that the exam was conducted in morning time from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Later they moved to the concerned higher officials to lodge complaint about this act of negligence, but no action was taken by them than they moved to high court. The division bench of SHC comprising of Gulzar Ahmed and Justice Bin Yameen issued notice to the respondents and also directed them not to announce the result of the said examination till next direction of the court. Moreover, the same bench summoned Town Police Officer (TPO) Gulshan-e-Iqbal to submit his comment over the petition moved by Mohammad Shahid about possession of his land till June 25. The plaintiff submitted in his petition that he purchased a plot of 400 yards in Gulshan-e-Kanez, situated in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Town, but a person named Mohammad Murtaza, with the help of area police, is trying to grab his land by force. Meanwhile, the same bench adjourned the hearing over the petition about conducting census in Kashmore and Kandkot districts till June 19. Deputy Attorney General Umar Hayat Sindho appeared before the court and requested to grant him further time to submit his comments on behalf of the government. The bench conducted the hearing over the constitutional petition moved by District Nazim Kashmore Sardar Ghalib Domky and Sardar Abid Sindrani, MPA of Pakistan Muslim League, in which they submitted that the staff deployed in their constituency were outsiders and not fully aware about the area. They alleged that on the back of the ruling party, some officials allegedly making some errors deliberately in the census record. They pleaded to conduct fair census by non-partisan staffers. On the other side, Judicial Magistrate District Malir Mohammad Ayub Bhatti sent the accused allegedly involved in supplying alcohol for the judicial custody. The Excise Police, on May 31, had arrested the accused Irfan alias Raju from Sabzi Mandi area while they claimed to have recovered 30 boxes of foreigner alcohol bottles.