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Order on Appeal No 2128-08/2022 Muhammad Awais Vs Pakistan State Oil

The appellant has asked for the information and record viz a viz Bismillah Carriage Contract with PSO and incidental thereto, by his father Abdul Rahim, presently a mentally disordered person. The appellant is appointed as Guardian / Manager by the court of competent jurisdiction to look after and manage the affairs of Bismillah Carriage Contractor, under the Mental Health Ordinance, 2001. The appellant reserves his legal right to have access to the desired information to look after the affairs of the business of his father.

The appeal is allowed. The Managing Director, Pakistan State Oil is directed to furnish the appellant all the requested information and record detailed in this order, forthwith, but in any case not later than seven days of the receipt of this order.

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Order on Appeal No 1865-04/22 M. Awais Vs Pakistan State Oil

The record available on the file demonstrates that the Appellant is the legal heir of his father whom the Respondent issued dealership. The Respondent has not raised the issue that the dealership was not issued to the father of the legal heir who has filed request to information.

This commission also maintains that it is not the question of protecting commercial interests of the third party managing PSO National Farm Station but the question of right of access to justice for the owner of the dealership. The disclosure of the requested information to the Appellant, the legal heir of his father, the owner of the dealership will reveal as to how much business was conducted by the person, the third party and whether or not terms and condition were followed by the third party as agreed upon with the owner and his legal air of the dealership. In short, based on this information, the Appellant will be able to exercise his right of access to justice.

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Order on Appeal No.949-03-2021 Naeem Sadiq Vs Pakistan State Oil

The appellant has asked information pertaining to the total number of company operated petrol filling stations, and total number of petrol pumps operated under contract between PSO and contractors in Karachi. He further has desired the monthly wages being paid to the employed staff at the PSO petrol pumps, their registration numbers with Social Security, SESSI and the registration numbers with EOBI.

The respondent has failed to answer the queries of the appellant pertaining to the monthly wages paid to the employed staff, their registration numbers with Social Security SESSI and the registration numbers with EOBI.

The Managing Director, Pakistan State Oil is directed to furnish the appellant, all the requested information / record sought through his application dated 10.2.2021, forthwith, but in any case not later than seven days of the receipt of this order.

 

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