LAHORE Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Friday sought reply from the Punjab government by March 2 to a writ petition which challenged the proposed conversion of the park at the Lahore Press Club housing scheme, Harnbaspura, into residential plots to accommodate the 295 new members of the body. The court has also called for the production of complete record of the said scheme to determine the issue relating to the nature of land allocated for the development of park. Previously, the court on January 21 through a stay order had restrained the Punjab government from converting the park into residential plots. The court also extended stay order till the next date of hearing. A journalist, Din Muhammad Dard, through his counsel questioned the conversion of the recreational park into a residential area as the body had distributed forms among the said number of members to provide them plots disturbing the master plan in violation of the law. The petitioner through his counsel contended the land once fixed for developing a park for the residents of the colony, cannot be shifted to any other purpose. The petitioner also referred to the superior courts authorities to substantiate his point.