LAHORE - The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif Thursday directed the petitioner to file rejoinder to the reply earlier furnished by Ministry of Petroleum to the court on the question of petrol shortage going on in various cities of the province causing immense problems to the commuters, particularly the two wheelers. Last day the Petroleum Ministry through a reply informed the court that due to recent floods, infrastructure of the roads etc badly hit the smooth supply of the petrol, as a result, the petrol supply crisis appeared for the time being. It said the situation was now rapidly returning to normalcy as the supply crises of petrol was now almost nil. While the petitioner on the other hand contended that the short supply of petrol still persisted in the City and in other parts of the province. He said the woes of the public on account of non-availability of petrol have yet not been completely over. On that the court asked the petitioner to file rejoinder to the reply. The petitioner Noshab A Khan advocate contends that the petrol shortage going on in the City over the last one week had now spread in the whole country. He complained that a number of filling stations have shut down their business for want of petrol supply from the government. The petitioner has specifically mentioned Faisalabad, Multan, Mailsi, Sahiwal, Khangarh, and Mufazzaragarh as badly affected places of the petrol supply. He had prayed to the court to intervene in the interest of the public and direct the authorities to immediately improve the situation of petrol supply. He also prayed for directives to the federal government that in future no such crisis may not take place. It may be re-called that on the previous date of hearing, the court had directed the authorities to improve the petrol supply situation without any delay. Two bodies found Two bodies of unidentified people were recovered from different City areas on Thursday. Body of a 40-year-old man was found outside a local hotel in Lorry Adda police limits. Edhi officials said that some locals spotted the body and informed the police about it. The police suspected that the deceased was a drug addict and the main cause of his death of excessive consumption of drugs. Mustafaabad police found body of a 45-year-old unknown man lying beside Mian Mir Graveyard, Dharmpura. The police claimed that the deceased was an addict. Announcements were made from nearby mosques but none of the citizens claimed to own the bodies which were later shifted to dead house for autopsies.