The report states that following the Bank`s latest injunction, a meeting of the Task Force on The Development of Laws/Rules relating to Fire Incidents was held and some action plans were adopted to safeguard the public interest. Another report will be presented at the next meeting to show the implementation, he added. The Bank, headed by Judge Mohammad Shafi Siddiqui, added: “If a change is inevitable or if the spaces of freedom that are now endowed with the Cantonment Board are necessary, the powers and responsibilities lie with the Board of Directors, whose consultation would achieve the desired purpose and not otherwise.” A two-judge bank, headed by Judge Mohammad Ali Mazhar, asked an assistant commissioner to find a viable solution at the next hearing to define more assistance numbers for public support, to ensure timely reporting of fire incidents. The bank found that the petitioner was too young to marry under the Sindh Child Marriages Restraint Act of 2013 and asked a police officer to take her to a shelter until the next hearing. . . .