ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed spy agencies to inform the court when and where the meeting of 11 terror suspects who were picked up by spy agencies after their release from Adiala Jail, with their families would be arranged. A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry was hearing a case of disappearance of Adiala Jail prisoners. Raja Muhammad Irshad, counsel for intelligence agencies told the court that in pursuance of the court's last order, three of the 11 prisoners were re-united with their heirs so far. The court asked the learned counsel as to why the meeting between remaining inmates of Adiala Jail were not arranged with their heirs. The counsel replied that the arrangement could not be made. On this, the court observed that if arrangements of meeting of the inmates with their heirs were not possible then the court could summon these prisoners. However, the counsel for spy agencies asked the court to give him some time so that he could consult the quarters concerned in this regard on which the court adjourned the hearing till today (Thursday). On Dec 10, the Supreme Court had directed the counsel for intelligence agencies to arrange meeting between 11 prisoners of Adiala Jail Rawalpindi and their relatives after the counsel had told the court that these prisoners were under the custody of spy agencies and being tried under Army Act. The counsel had informed the court these that prisoners are high-profile terrorists having links with terrorist outfits and mastermind of various terrorist attacks, including a rocket attack on the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex in Kamra, firing anti-aircraft shots at a plane carrying former President Pervez Musharraf, conducting suicide attacks on a bus of an intelligence agency in Rawalpindi and at the main entrance of the GHQ, bomb blasts at the Rawalpindi Parade Lane mosque and killing a number of senior army personnel. The petition was moved by Atiqur Rehman and others against the alleged kidnapping of Dr Niaz Ahmed, Mazharul Haq, Shafiqur Rehman, Muhammad Aamir, Abdul Majid, Abdul Basit, Abdul Saboor, Shafique Ahmed, Said Arab, Gul Roze and Tehseenullah from Rawalpindi's Adiala jail. The prisoners who went missing from the Adiala Jail after the Lahore High Court (LHC) had ordered their release include- Dr Niaz Ahmed, Mazharul Haq, Shafiqur Rehman, Muhammad Aamir, Abdul Majid, Abdul Basit, Abdul Saboor, Shafique Ahmed, Said Arab, Gul Roze and Tehseenullah. These prisoners were acquitted by the anti-terrorism court in April this year in four different cases, including rocket firing on Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra, rocket firing on the plane of former president Pervez Musharraf, suicide attack on the bus of personnel of an intelligence agency in Rawalpindi and the suicide attack on the main entrance of the military headquarters. Even after acquittal, these prisoners were detained in the jail by the Punjab Home Department. Later, the LHC set aside their detention orders directing their immediate release and after their alleged disappearance/ abduction by the secret agencies, the LHC ordered registration of criminal case against the Adiala Jail superintendent Saeedullah and deputy superintendent Khalid Bashir. The Adiala Jail authorities had maintained before the LHC that they properly had released the men after getting their written signatures and fulfilling all requirements.