ISLAMABAD - A single-member bench of Islamabad High Court (IHC) comprising Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan on Tuesday adjourned the hearing in case regarding restoration of the licence of Inter-Risk, a security company. After transfer of case from Lahore High Court (LHC) to IHC, on Tuesday Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan heard the case. Advocate Jamshed Khan representing petitioner Mona Mansoor on Tuesday appeared before the court requesting that the counsel for the petitioner is engaged in other case, therefore, he could not appear before the court. After that the court adjourned the case. Petitioner Mona Mansoor, who is director of Inter-Risk had filed petition in Lahore High Court (LHC) pleading that through court order concerned department should be refrained from intervening into the business of the company. On November 6,2009 Justice Asad Munir demanding reply from secretary interior, chief commissioner Islamabad, registrar and deputy registrar SECP has order them not intervene into the business of the company. In the reply from the ministry of interior it was said that due to involvement of the company into anti-sate activities permission letter for operation was taken back. Registrar and deputy registrar SECP in reply have said that the after cancellation of the licence company director Mona Mansoor had no right to submit the petition in the court, thus her application should be dismissed. However, the commissioner Islamabad has not submitted the reply. Earlier, director Inter-Risk in it petition has pleaded that the company had been providing security to the Japanese, Spanish, USA embassies including others since 1991. The company is not involved in any anti-state activity. She has pleaded that on September 15,2009 the police registered 'false case against Syed Ali Jaffar Zaidi, former director Inter-Risk. Shortly after that the interior ministry cancelled NOC of the company. While chief commissioner Islamabad on September 26 2009 suspended the licence of the company and stopped it from working into the territory of Islamabad. Further the petitioner said that SECP on September 20,2009 issued order to stop the work within seven days. Prior to registration of case against the company, the issuance of the order by SECP showed malicious intention of the SECP. The petitioner has requested that licence suspension orders issued on September 26 and 8 should be declared null and void and company should be allowed to operate its business.