LAHORE A full bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) will continue today (Wednesday) hearing of the petition filed earlier to question authority of the Acting Governor to appoint the persons against the office of permanent nature. The petition has been filed by PPP leader Aurengeb Burki on being aggrieved of the appointment made by Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Muhammad Iqbal to the office of Provincial Ombudsman and Chairman Punjab Service Tribunal while performing as Acting Governor in the absence of Salman Taseer in the year 2008. On Tuesday, Ch Fawad advocate argued for the petitioner to contend that the acting government officiating for a regular government for a limited period of time is not eligible to affect the appointments of permanent nature, which he added, is a prerogative of a permanent government who carries the same out after interview and thorough probe which an acting government cannot do. He also challenged the authority of an acting government to direct the office to issue notification for a permanent office and prayed to the court for declaring the said appointments made by the acting governor unlawful. The court put off hearing of the case to next date today (Wednesday) when, Ashtar Ausaf Ali advocate would advance arguments for the respondent side.