LAHORE Justice Iftikhar Hussain Chaudhry of the Lahore High Court expressing utter dissatisfaction over the report presented by the CCPO about whereabouts of the families of Faheem and Faizan, victims of Raymond Davis shooting, Tuesday issued notice to the Punjab Home Secretary for March 28 and called for a report about the matter. Hearing the habeas corpus petition filed by Advocate Malik Munsif Awan against the mysterious disappearance of 18 legal heirs of deceased Faizan and Faheem, the court had earlier called for the appearance of CCPO Aslam Tareen. Through a report, the CCPO narrated the facts and informed the court that till now police did not have any clue about the whereabouts of families of the deceased. He informed the court the police officials visited the respective houses of the victim families and found the same locked. However, the petitioner-counsel in reply to the report submitted it was not only a matter of disappearance of two families but also their lives as police had failed to trace them out. He said the police could not be absolved of their responsibility by simply sending constables to find the family members out. He said both the families had a large amount of money which could be a threat to their lives. Assistant Advocate General Wali Khan submitted the families were free to go anywhere after receiving Diyat (blood money). After hearing the arguments, the court termed the CCPO report incomplete and sought a comprehensive report from the Punjab Home Secretary till March 28.