ISLAMABAD (APP) - The PML-N on Thursday demanded of the government to hold a judicial inquiry into prevailing sugar crisis in the country. Addressing a news conference here at the partys central secretariat, PML-N senior leader Siddiq-ul-Farooq said Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) was duty-bound to ensure strategic reserve of 700,000 tons sugar to meet the requirement of two months. He said the TCP should have purchased the commodity from open market when it was being sold at the rate of Rs 56 to 57 per kilogram during March 2010 to June 2010. Farooq said the government should also take notice of the contractors who violated their agreements with TCP for purchase of sugar from world markets at reasonable prices. The contractors breached their agreements after seeing lucrative prices of the commodity and earned billion of rupees by selling it at higher rates, he alleged. In reply to a question, he said PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and Abbas Sharif both brothers owned Chaudhry Sugar Mills, while Shahbaz Sharif is owner of Ramzan Sugar Mills, adding: Sharif brothers have no sugar mills other than these two. He said the sugar industry has the potential to generate 2000 MW electricity through its indigenous resources.