Punjab government on Thursday rejected reports that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had any kind of involvement in the leakage of a report pertaining to a plan to assassinate Chief Justice Lahore high Court Khawaja Sharif. A spokesman of the provincial government in a handout said that it was just an allegation. He said the report came from the special branch and according to a set procedure the provincial government contacts the ISI after receiving such kinds of reports. Therefore, the ISI was contacted, but the agency had no role in the leakage of the report to the media. Special Branch Punjab, leading provincial intelligence outfit had generated a horrific report about an alleged plot prepared by some top federal figures to assassinate the Chief Justice Lahore High Court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif.