LAHORE - Justice Maulvi Anwarul Haq of the Lahore High Court Friday sought report and comments from Punjab government within three weeks on the petition of Pakistan Flour Mills Association challenging the supply of wheat quota to flour mills on district basis system. The Association through its counsel has pleaded that Punjab government is providing different quantity of wheat to each district without taking into consideration the fact that different flourmills have different production capacities. The counsel pointed out that at the time of establishment of flourmill different government departments ascertained the production capacity of the mill. He said due to wrong policies of government many mills have stopped working because they have higher production capacity but getting less supply of wheat. The petitioner-association prayed the court to strike down government policy and direct it to fix wheat quota as per the mills variant production capacities. Court jails cop for keeping 2 men behind bars Justice Muhammad Akram Qureshi of the Lahore High Court got arrested and sent to jail a cop on the charges of keeping two citizens behind the bars despite being released by LHC. The court staff handcuffed Sub-Inspector Saaed Akhtar and took him for further legal proceedings. The judge has also initiated contempt of court proceedings against SI and issued show-cause notice to him with direction to explain his position on October 17. The court further said the SI would be sent to jail unless he submits a personal surety for his release. LHC had granted interim bail to Shehzad Gul and Mahmood but SI Saeed of Police Station Urooti Kamalia Toba Tek Singh had arrested him and sent to jail for five days. The entire matter was transpired to the court which took immediate action on Friday. Court issues notice to commerce ministry The Lahore High Court has issued notice to ministry of trade and commerce on a petition filed against the suspension of Gujrat Chamber of Commerce office-bearers and appointment of administrator there. The defunct president of GCC Yawar Rafique pleaded that they were working legally and were observing rules and regulation. But the government made them dysfunctional and appointed administrator giving him a task to scrutinise voters list and thereafter hold free and fair election within 60 days. He refuted the allegation that the body was induct ineligible firms in the voters list to give benefit to a specific group.