LAHORE - Punjab Bar Council (PBC) Tribunal suspended licence to practice of Advocate Ch Amir Ali of Faisalabad district for his misconduct till June 26th.

The Tribunal was headed by its Chairman Justice Mansoor Ali Shah of the Lahore High Court while Muhammad Lehrasaib Khan Gondal and Nauman Qureshi are other members.

Another Advocate Ch Abdul Jabbar from Faisalabad complained against Ch Amir with the PBC which had approached the tribunal in 2006 for initiating necessary proceedings under the law.

Ch Amir had been allotted a vacant plot and is accused of occupying veranda adjacent to the chamber of Ch Jabbar.

District Bar Association, Faisalabad had also struck a compromise between both the lawyers but Ch Amir backed out and did not turn up for signing the document.

Ch Amir is also accused of not paying heed to the directions of Punjab Bar Council.

The Tribunal will resume its hearing on June 26th.

In another case, Lahore High Court on Friday postponed for June 25th the hearing of a petition challenging the Haj policy 2014 and unfair allocation of quota among private tour operators.

The judge directed to a Deputy Attorney General to inform about the government stance for allocation of Haj quota to private tour operators at selected rates.

Judge also sought reply from the Competition Commission of Pakistan till next date of hearing.