Karachi: The Sindh High Court (SHC) was informed on Monday that the parties have reached to compromise in the case pertaining to death of two children after eating at a restaurant in Clifton in November last year.
The father of two deceased children Muhammad Ihsan, informed a bench of Supreme Court that two parties have reached a settlement over the matter outside the court.
The bench ordered the parties to submit the copies of the agreement for the court trial.
On November 10, Ayesha Ihsan the mother of two minor , one-and-a-half-year-old Tufail Ahmed, and his elder brother Mohammed Omar, 4 wen to to an eatery in Zamzama Defence. Three of them came back to home and their health deteriorated. The children were immediately taken to hospital where soon after they died.
Later it was confirmed that two kids died due to food poisoning due to the bad quality food of the restaurant.
A two-member bench, comprising Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar and Justice Agha Faisal, was hearing a request by the owner of a restaurant in Karachi’s Defence to have his business unsealed. The Sindh Food Authority sealed the restaurant in DHA after the incident.
The Sindh High Court previously extended interim pre-arrest bail to the owner of a restaurant. The accused moved to the high court to avoid his arrest.