Locus Standi to Challenge Procurement Process

Mr. Justice Muhammad Faisal Kamal Alam in his judgment has decided the issue regarding locus standi to challenge procurement process in Constitution Petition No. D-1802 of 2017. 1. Through instant Constitutional Petition, the Petitioner Company [Premier Battery Industries Pvt. Ltd] has called in question the „Public Notice‟ dated 08.02.2017 issued by the Respondent No.1-Karachi Water Read more about Locus Standi to Challenge Procurement Process[…]

Procurement Conditions, Hepatitis Control Programme, Government of Punjab

Mr. Justice Shams Mehmood Mirza in his judgment has decided the issue regarding procurement conditions, hepatitis control programme, Government of Punjab in Writ Petition No. 10045 of 2016. 1. By this writ petition filed under Article 199 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, the petitioners seek to challenge the decision of Read more about Procurement Conditions, Hepatitis Control Programme, Government of Punjab[…]

Non-extension of Bid Validity Period and Award of Contract

Mr. Justice Shahid Karim in his judgment has decided the issue regarding non-extension of bid validity period and award of contract in Writ Petition No. 7098 of 2016. 1. This petition under Article 199 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, lays a challenge to the procurement process undertaken by the respondent No.1, Read more about Non-extension of Bid Validity Period and Award of Contract[…]