Owing to the loss of precious human lives amid the Murree catastrophe, the Supreme Court Bar Association Pakistan (SCBAP), on Tuesday demanded judicial inquiry to probe the facts and fix liability on the responsible for the administrative failure to manage the incident. The SCBAP, on behalf of the entire legal fraternity, expressed its sincere condolence with the families of victims perished in the tragic incident. It also demanded to determine that why the timely precautionary measures were not adopted and why the tourists were permitted to enter hillside station and left alone being stranded to death, despite of the early shallow weather warnings being issued by the Met Department. The SCBAP was of the opinion that this tragic incident had yet again unfolded another unfortunate episode, showcasing the authorities’ concerned criminal negligence, lack of administrative aptitude and incapacity of handling simple state of affairs. The SCBAP also demanded that those responsible for raising ridiculous and exaggerated prices in terms of accommodation, food, medical and other essential commodities in middle of catastrophic conditions and tried to take absurd benefits in absence of management must also be booked and taken to task so as to avoid any such situation in future.