KARACHI - Sindh High Court on Friday issued notice to the health ministry against the installation of a plant at the government hospitals in violation of the ban against this project across the world due to the discharge poisoning gas. The hearing of the case was held before the division bench of Sindh High Court comprising on Justice Munib Ahmed and Justice Peer Ali Shah. The court issued notice to around 12 institutions including, Health Ministry, Environment Protection Agency and City District Government Karachi and nine others authorities for installing this plant at the government hospitals. Meanwhile, the other countries had banned to use such plant in 1996 when they learnt that it was injurious to health due to discharge poisoning gas.  The court asked the authorities concerned to use the substitute and modern plant in the place of such plant. Meanwhile, another division bench of Sindh High Court comprising on Acting Chief Justice SHC Azizullah Memon and Justice Khalid Ali Qazi issued directives to Inspector General of Sindh Police to take action against harassing of the former MPA Dost Mohammad by the police. The court was adjourned till 29th August. The hearing was held on the petition filed by the former member provincial assembly, in which he submitted that on the directives of PPP local leadership, the concerned police officials were registering false cases against him. Dost Mohammad belonged to PML-Q and was elected from Umer Kot District. The court issued the directives to the concerned high-ups to prevent the local police officials from registering false cases against the petitioner. SHC terms comments by HS, IG Sindh as ambiguous A division bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Acting Chief Justice Azizullah M. Memon and Justice Khalid Ali Z. Qazi on Friday declared comments filed by Sindh  Home Secretary  and Provincial Police Officer (IGP Sindh) as "ambiguous". The observation came during the hearing of a  constitutional petition filed by Human Safety Foundation seeking protection to Ms Saira Jatoi and Ismail Soomro who married in court. The bench said the comments filed by the two officers fail to reply the queries raised by the bench in its previous order dated August 6, 2008. The bench also observed that perusal of the comments show that both these officers "perhaps have not read Article 9 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan." Had the officers gone through the contents of the same (Article 9) their comments would have been relevant and appropriate to the points therein, the bench observed. The bench later gave more time to the respondents to go through the constitutional guarantee under Article 9 and also ordered them to ensure complete protection to the couple besides providing full medical treatment to Saira Jatoi, a hepatitis patient and about to deliver her first child out of the wedlock.