OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has been requested through an application for taking suo moto action on the what the applicant alleges, 'unstoppable loot and plunder going on in Pakistan State Oil (PSO) whereof this largest oil company of the country, is facing 'deplorable conditions particularly over the last three years. The application moved by an officer of the Company, has alleged that from the minister to the Managing Directors and the Secretaries (with exception of some) have been responsible for causing loss worth billions of rupees to the PSO and its allied companies namely SSGCL, PPL, OGDCL, and SNGPL through a massive corruption. Offering his testimony to establish the allegations the applicant says that all these companies have been treated by the minister and MDs as their personal properties. He alleged that the said companies are being run by the incompetent, below merit and self-centered ministers, and MDs who have been either appointed as favour or to cover the corruption of each other with a net result of huge financial loss to the companies and mismanagement therein. He says towering claim made by the Minister about transparency and merit have fallen with the appointment of Jahangir Ali Shah in PSO. Meanwhile, Ramzan Ch, chairman Pakistan Bar Council Central Free legal Aid committee and former judge of Islamabad High Court, has appealed to Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo moto notice of the statement made by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah against senior SC lawyer Dr Babar Awan that he was liable to be killed. Talking to mediamen at the Lahore High Court Bar here on Friday, he said Sanaullah by giving a verbal decree of declaring Awan liable to be killed had committed a crime as the statement was an instigation to murder Awan and a means to spread anarchy in the state. He said instigation for a crime or declaring someone liable to be murdered was a crime under Pakistan Penal Code which he cannot wash away just by apologising.