LAHORE- The Lahore High Court has allowed construction of Hayatt Regency Plaza near Allama Iqbal Airport against bank surety of Rs 45 million. The court allowed conditional construction on a petition of chief operating officer Hayat Regency Plaza Moeed-ur-Rehman challenging a stay order against the construction. The Petitioner took the plea that Pace Circle Project was constructing the plaza after fulfilling all the legal criteria and huge foreign investment was involved in the project. At least 10,000 labourers were busy in the construction strictly according to the approved map, petitioner said. Despite having approved construction of four basements of the plaza, petitioner said, the administration stopped the construction and imposed a fine of Rs 40 million. Petitioner pleaded that the plaza was being constructed following the rules and regulations and after getting all required NOCs from the concerned departments. The restriction imposed by the city administration caused serious damage to the foreign investment, therefore, the construction should be allowed. While issuing notices to respondents for March 25 the Court conditionally allowed the petitioner to continue construction of the plaza against bank surety. Aziz sends notice to Deputy Registrar Advocate Malik Tariq Aziz has sent a legal notice to Deputy Registrar (Judicial) of the Lahore High Court for not fixing his petition before any bench in which he had challenged the proclamation of imposing "Governor Rule" in the Punjab. In the legal notice he stated that according to the LHC rules his petition should be fixed before any bench but it was not done. He said according to the rules non-fixation of an urgent petition amounted to denial of justice. Lawyer said he had been denied justice and being restraint to approach the court. He has asked the deputy registrar to explain within a day as to why the petition being denied. He has also sent a copy of the notice to Chief Justice Sayed Zahid Hussain. Syed Nasir Ali new Registrar LHC Chief Justice Lahore High Court Sayed Zahid Hussain has appointed District & Sessions Judge Syed Nasir Ali Shah as Registrar High Court after the elevation of former Registrar Pervaiz Ali Chawala as judge. Moreover, the CJ transferred Secretary Law & Parliamentary Affairs department Abdur Razzak Bhatti and posted him as District & Sessions Judge Lahore.