LAHORE-A Division Bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday dismissed an application of the Punjab Sugar Mills Associations (PSMA) seeking stay order against earlier LHC order of fixing sugar price at Rs 40 per kg. The Association through its counsel Shahid Karim submitted that it had not got the attested copy of LHC verdict about sugar price so far, which was required to file an appeal before the Supreme Court. The counsel said the high court had issued a short order regarding sugar price and its detailed judgment was pending so the impugned order could not be challenged in the SC. Therefore, the counsel requested the court that till the provision of attested copy of the order the implementation of earlier order should be suspended. However, the bench dismissed the application saying that PSMA counsel could collect the copy of detailed judgment on Tuesday (today). The bench comprised Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif and Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry. PPI adds: Pakistan Sugar Mills Association (PSMA) has announced that it would challenge the Lahore High Court (LHC)decision in Supreme Court of Pakistan regarding fixing prices of sugar at the rate of Rs 40 per kg in open market. Javed Kiani President PSMA Punjab Chapter told this news agency after rejecting the stay order by Lahore High Court on Monday that they would challenge the High Court decision after receiving the detail judgment copy on today (Tuesday). He said there was no authority to any court in the world for fixing the prices of commodity. He said they would present their point of view and cost charges of the sugar and appeal the apex court to review the High Court decision and restore the prices of sugar fixed by the federal government. He said it was not possible for sugar mill owners to sell sugar at the rate of Rs 40 per kg and it would create crisis in market and people would face lot of problems due to shortage of sugar.