The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday directed the Fire Safety Commission (FSC) to review in detail the arrangements in the high rise buildings constructed in view of its guidelines. The court also ordered the commission to submit the report after reviewing the arrangements. The court was hearing a petition demanding enquiry into the fire incident in Lahore Development Authority (LDA) Complex and directions to fix the responsibility. When the hearing resumed, the petitioner’s lawyer told the court that at least 24 citizens had burnt to death when fire erupted in the LDA Complex. However, the incident had neither been probed nor the responsibility of the incident had been fixed, the counsel added. He contended the court should orders to the Punjab government to make ensure the life safety steps in the high rise buildings in order to save the human lives in fire incidents. He pointed out that the high rise buildings lacked the equipments being used to extinguish the fire. After hearing the arguments, the court ordered the commission to prepare a detail report after reviewing the arrangements done in city’s building to handle the fire incidents. The court also ordered the city police and district government to cooperate with the commission in reviewing the arrangements. The court directed the commission to submit the report within a month.