LAHORE Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court Wednesday issued notice to the Punjab advocate general on a petition through which restriction on setting up of fuel/petrol stations outside the urban limits has been called to question. Admitting the petition filed by Mian Muhammad Amjad to regular hearing, the court also appointed Mohammad Azhar Siddique advocate as amicus curie to assist on the point, whether policy of disallowing setting up of such stations could override the law, which does not put any bar and whether such restriction infringes upon the fundamental rights and principle of reasonableness. The petitioner had moved the court after the district coordination officer refused him grant of NOC for the establishment of petrol station near Wagha Town, Grand Trunk Road in 2007. The petitioner challenged the DCO order inter alia contending the City District Government, Lahore, had already notified the whole portion of Main GT Road, from Sukh Nehr to Jallo Mor commercial so the impugned order was unjustified and unreasonable. 'If the petitioner is not allowed to establish the fuel station on the pretext that it is situated outside the Ring Road, being a non-congested road, what would be the status of others roads where CNG stations have already been set up, it further quizzed.