LAHORE - The Supreme Court on Friday ordered registration of a case against two city police officers for arresting a main accused who was on interim bail in the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) spurious drugs scandal.The apex court has also imposed fine Rs50,000 each on Deputy Superintendent of Police (CIA wing) Dawood Ahmad and Shadman Police Investigation Officer Abid Shah.A two member bench comprising Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani and Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmani passed the orders on an application moved by wife of Nadir Khan, director of Eforz Chemical limited. The petitioner through her counsel submitted that the city police kidnapped her husband who had secured an interim bail from the trail court in the PIC drugs case. The counsel submitted the kidnap of Nadir Khan despite interim bail was violation of judicial orders. He requested the court to take notice of the matter and direct Punjab IGP to take action against concerned police officers.The court reviewed the record of the case and directed additional IGP to register a case as per the application of the aggrieved.Imposing fine Rs50,000 each on both police officers, the court also directed the additional IGP to submit charge sheet (challan) before the trial court within two weeks against them.The Shadman police had registered a case under section 218, 219 and 220 of the PPC against Nadir Khan and other responsible involved PIC drug reaction scandal wherein more than two hundred cardiac patients had lost their lives after administering spurious drugs.LAST CHANCE: The LHC gave last opportunity to Ministry of Foreign Affair for filing a detailed report over the repatriation of six Pakistani detainees from Bagram Jail.When Justice Muhammad Khalid Mahmood Khan resumed hearing on the petition moved by Sultana Noon, representative of the non-profit law firm Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), a deputy attorney general (DAG) appeared before the court and submitted a reply on behalf of the federal government. The DAG informed the court that detention of six Pakistanis had been verified, and negations with United Stated of America (USA) for their repatriation and verification of other Pakistani detainees were underway.Expressing dissatisfaction, the judge described the MFA’s update on progress for repatriation of the six detainees from Bagram as “maintaining the status quo” with no real progress made in the five months since they announced that the detainees were due for release.Barrister Sarah Belal argued that the ongoing detention and delays in the repatriation of these six Pakistani nationals were a clear violation of the Geneva Convention as found by the UK Supreme Court in the case of Pakistani national Yunis Rahmatullah.She also noted that the same judgment stated that the Pakistani government was obligated to take decisive action to remedy such breaches of the Geneva Convention.Lauding the UK Supreme Court opinion as remarkable, Justice Khalid Mahmood Khan said that the court would pass a detailed order to the Pakistani government asking them to demonstrate whether they were taking effective measures for the repatriation of Pakistan’s citizens. The court indicated that the Ministry of Interior (MOI) should also be required to update the court.The court adjourned hearing for an indefinite period. The next date of hearing would be fixed by the registrar office.