Activists from Peoples Lawyers Forum and Peoples Students Federation have demanded that Azad Kashmir government should constitute a judicial commission to probe money trail of an illicit cigarette manufacturing company in the area. Addressing a press conference, PLF and PSF leaders Ali Raza, Majid Awan and Kaleem Qureshi presented a three-point charter of demands to the government, calling for action against the Wayward Tobacco Company Limited. They threatened to observe a hunger strike in front of the AJK Assembly in first week of November if their demands were not met. They said that a Class 4 employee of a bank has invested some Rs 500 million in the company which needs be probed. They said that three of the four shareholders in the company are from Mardan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. They said that two vehicles of the company were already seized for carrying contrabands including 730 cartons of illicit cigarettes, leading to tax evasion of around Rs 15.4 million rupees. The activists said that they gave the local administration three-week time in September to probe the matter but to no avail. The activists said that illicit cigarette manufacturing is in full swing in Rawani area without a no objection certificate, while the government has yet to initiate action against the culprits. They threatened to observe a hunger strike in front of the AJK legislative assembly in first week of November if their demands were not met.