ISLAMABAD - Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday issued pre-admission notices to five parties including Secretary Cabinet Division Nargis Sethi in a petition against forcible leave of Toqeer Sadiq and notification of acting charge to Kamal Maree as Chairman Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA). The counsel of the petitioner Toqeer Sadiq, Abdul Rahim informed the court that his client was sent on forcible leave for not obeying the orders of Nargis Sathi, which was in deviation of law. He also informed that member finance Kamal Marree and vice chairman was given acting charge of chairman OGRA. He further said that since OGRA was an autonomous body, Cabinet Division is not competent to interfere in its matters and regulations. He said that Nargis Sethi pressurised her client to award the charge of LPG and CNG licences to Mansoor Muzaffar otherwise she will take action against him. The counsel said that Muzaffar who joined OGRA in August 2010 was interested in authority to award LPG and CNG licences, and for the same he started influencing the Chairman OGRA. The counsel further informed that his client repeatedly conveyed Sethi that Mansoor Muzaffar Ali is not having good repute and has been in jail for three years. Also she was conveyed that Manssor Muzaffar Ali is not having desired qualification. Despite all that Nargis Sathi kept pressurising his client through a secretary cabinet division and senior joint secretary cabinet division. They also registered false case against the client (Toqeer Sadiq), he added. In the same false case secretary cabinet division and senior joint secretary cabinet division on May 27, 2011 through a notification conducted inquiry against his client and sent him on forcible leave. The counsel of the petitioner pleaded that the notification was issued in deviation of rules and that should be declared null and void.