OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Lahore High Court Justice Khalid Mahmood Khan on Friday issued notice and sought reply from Punjab Chief Minister and Secretary Health on a contempt of court plea challenging the extension in the deadline of anti-dengue fever campaign by the government without seeking prior permission from the court. The judge also sought reply by Nov 28 from Lahore District Coordination Officer Ahad Cheema, District Officer (Revenue) Nasir and others. Medical Laboratories (Pvt) Ltd, the petitioner, submitted through its counsel and contended that city district government and health department had registered cases against medical laboratories during dengue epidemic on allegations of over charging of CBC test fee in case of more than Rs90. They had also registered a case on the same allegations against petitioner. But the LHC had quashed the case against petitioner on September 22 and directed the petitioner to charge only Rs90 in public interest till Nov 15 and cooperate with government for its efforts against dengue epidemic. The Punjab government had also been directed in the judgment to take permission from LHC, if it wants to extend the duration time, from Nov 15, of anti-dengue drive.