Though the court accepted the panel’s decision to use trains to deliver the essential goods to the hill station’s core area, it temporarily allowed vehicular access thrice a week since the rail services have been suspended because of prevailing lockdown restrictions.
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As the coronavirus hit the central Chinese city of Wuhan early this year, officials took drastic action, shutting down much of China’s economy.
Schools will re-open from June 1 following the coronavirus shutdown, starting with some primary years.
The mango production in district Rahim Yar Khan is expected to decrease by 40pc this year due to climate change while the fruit will arrive in the market after a delay of two weeks, orchard owners told Dawn.
Justice Lubna Saleem Pervaiz, after a preliminary hearing of the petition filed by Amir Sattar, issued a notice to the climate change secretary and adjourned the hearing to June 2.