ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court has sought inquiry reports from session judge Lahore and SP Sialkot regarding alleged fake police encounters in two different cities of the Punjab. In the last hearing Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry also directed Lahores sessions judge to conduct a judicial inquiry into the encounter into Lahores EME Colony and submit a report. A three-member bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday was hearing a suo motu case regarding reportedly fake police encounters in Lahore and Sialkot, which have been taken on an electronic media programme. According to the SP Lahore, two robbers broke into the house of an army major in the EME Colony and murdered him. They also took the whole family hostage at gunpoint but luckily one woman managed to slip out to report the incident to the police. Grilling the Punjab police, the Chief Justice said the attitude of police officials is intolerable and it has become their habit to kill people in fake encounters. Justice Ramday said: Police department itself is sponsoring the criminal-minded people. He asked the SP Sialkot whether the fake-encounters have been able to minimise crimes in the society? During the course of proceedings, video of Punjab police fake encounter was played in the courtroom, which had taken place in Sialkot. The CJP said killing of innocent people in fake encounters was not a good sign for a society because Constitution guarantees the security of life and property of citizens. The CJ , in various proceedings, asked the IGP Punjab to take steps for reforming the police because these kinds of incidents are rising in various districts of the province.