LAHORE – Additional district and sessions judge Muhammad Ayub Khan Marth on Thursday referred Misal Khan Bail case to district and sessions judge. The judge earlier reserved the judgment after hearing the arguments from the counsels of both of the sides but refused to announce it on some personal reasons and referred the case to the D&SJ. On Thursday, the counsel for Misal Khan, Muhammad Siddique Advocate apprised the court that the police neither could arrest the murderers of Sapna Khan nor they managed any pre arrest bail from the court. He said that the Punjab Chief Minister was behind Dost Khosa. He said that owing to support of the Punjab government the police had been reluctant to register a case against the accused and on the Lahore High Court orders the police did the same. He said that the petitioner had been visiting the court for four months for bail but to no avail. Azhar Siddique said that the birth certificate produced by Khosa for registration of case was bogus adding that Sapna Khan was the real daughter of Misal Khan.According to FIR got register by Misal Khan, father of Sapna Khan, against former CM Dost Muhammad Khosa, Sajad Ahmed, Daood Butt, Naeem, Amjad, Rana Tanveer, Javed, Yaseen and Shahid (driver) under section 364 of PPC in Race Course Police. He contended in FIR that Misal Khan, in his application submitted for the registration of case stated that his daughter Sapna Khan was married to Mr Khosa on June 2, 2010, and his daughter gave birth to a baby named Mah Gull on February 28, 2011. He alleged that Khosa used to torture his daughter. On June 22, 2011 his daughter told him that Dost Khosa is calling her at GOR-I his residence. They dropped her at GOR but after that the cell phones of his daughter are going switched off. They tried to contact with Dost Muhammad Khosa but he did not bother to contact with them. Later Dost Muhammad Khosa sent a message to his son named Faisal Khan that he (Dost Muhammad Khosa) will teach a lesson and burry them at his Dera if they did no stop chasing Sapna.