KARACHI (PPI) - A division bench of Sindh High Court comprising Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali & Justice Salman Ansari Friday directed Electricity Inspector of Karachi Electricity Supply Company to restore electricity supply to Tahir Plaza, Karachi, which was burnt in arson riots of April 9, 2008. Petitioner Advocate Ghulam Qadir Jatoi submitted SHC on May 29, 2008 had directed respondents to carry out internal electricity fittings at Tahir Plaza, but fittings work was done and supply was yet to be restored to plaza. SHC division bench observed it seemed EI had not issued verification certificate. It issued notice to EI with direction to deputy officer to make proper electricity arrangements at Tahir Plaza within two weeks. Meanwhile, Additional Advocate General Sindh Abdul Fatah Malik told same bench that police officials would not cause harassment to PML-Q supporters in Thatta district and act strictly in accordance with law for disposal of pending criminal case. Petitioners Muhammad Khan Abro, Muhammad Ismail & Muhammad Mitho, who moved SHC, submitted since change of provincial government they were being harassed and implicated in false cases by police to change loyalties. SHC division bench disposed off petition, as counsel for petitioners showed satisfaction over statement of AAG Sindh. SHC allows MBBS student attend college Sindh High Court Friday allowed MBBS student to attend classes at Chandka Medical College Larkana till further order of court. Muhammad Kashif Saleem, who got admission in CMCL for academic session 2007-08, filed petition in SHC for contempt proceedings against Principle and In-charge Admission Cell of college. Petitioner stated Principal CMCL despite announcement of date examination of MBBS First Year, first refused him to submit examination form, but issued show cause notice to him later. He approached Larkana Bench of SHC, which on January 18, 2008 ordered to maintain status quo with direction to respondent not to cancel petitioner's admission till further order. But, Principal allegedly passed defamatory remarks for apex court as petitioner contacted him. He apprehended his admission could be cancelled. Petitioner's counsel stated he will be satisfied with disposal of petition in terms that petitioner will submit his reply to show cause notice, if any, within seven days. After this, he will be afforded proper opportunity of hearing by college Principal/ Admission Committee before passing any order on basis of show cause notice. SHC division bench comprising Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali & Justice Salman Ansari disposed of contempt petition in same terms as petitioner's counsel did not further press it. It directed respondents to decide this matter within one month from date of this order and during this period petitioner-student will be allowed to attend college.