KARACHI The Supreme Court of on Friday ordered shifting of the oil tanker parking from Shireen Jinnah Colony to Karachi Port Trusts temporary parking area. A three member bench, SC Karachi Registry, comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudry, Justice Ahmad Ali Jafri, and Ghulam Rabbani ordered that the oil tanker parking in the Shireen Jinnah Colony be moved today to the KPTs temporary parking lot while the city government should make the allotted place for the parking in Zulfiqarabad usable in one months time, as the CDGK was collecting tax form citizens. At the previous hearing, the court had summoned 27 oil companies to appear in the court and on Friday they submitted their comments to the court, while the Sindh Revenue secretary informed the court that the provincial government had allotted 150 acres of land for the purpose of oil tankers parking. Meanwhile, the CJ ordered the KPT and Oil Takers Association to resolve the parking issue in one hour and later both the parties submitted a report to the court after discussing it in detail. The Chief Justice in his remarks said that Zia Uddin Hospital and Bilawal House must be taken in account during this parking issue. It is pertinent to mention that the petitioner, residents of Clifton Block 1, alleged that the oil tanker mafia occupied a big portion of land in the central area of Shireen Jinnah Colony and setup an illegal parking and established a garage for the tankers causing noise and air pollutions. The petitioner added that due to the said tanker parking the residents have been suffering. Meanwhile, the MQM activists and others appeared before the Task Force Commission, established for mission persons by the Supreme Court, where barrister Habibur Rehman said some 28 activists of MQM have been missing since 1992 and their details have not been provided by any agency. The Task Force Commission then ordered the police that all the details of the missing persons since 1992 be provided to the commission. The relatives of the missing persons protested in front of the commission. Meanwhile, The Chief Justice has received an application from the family of 8-year-old girl who was raped by a man namely Saeed. The family of the girl was protesting in front of Supreme Court Registry against Saeed who has raped the girl along with his four friends while the police have still not arrested the culprit despite registration of a case against him.