LAHORE The Sapna Khan kidnap and her possible murder reverberated again on Wednesday when Additional Sessions Judge Ch Nazir Ahmad directed the Race Course police to register a case, if any cognizable offence was made out, against former Punjab Chief Minister and a sitting minister, Sardar Dost Mohammad Khosa , and his accomplices. Sapna , it may be remembered here, was a wife of Mr Khosa and was last seen alive outside his Race Course residence a few months ago. The proceeding were started following an application by the actresss brother, Faisal Khan, who in his affidavit told the court that he himself dropped Sapna at 12-B, Ackmen Road, GOR-1 on June 22, 2010. Stated that day she is missing , he further said in the affidavit, submitted with the court. Khan has also alleged that Mr. Khosa and his seven accomplices killed Sapna . Opposing the contentions, Khosas counsel (advocate Zubair Khalid) argued that the petition was not maintainable as it had already been dismissed by a Sessions judge. He argued, quoting an earlier reply of the Race Course SHO, that no incident was reported in the area on June 22. He prayed to dismiss the petition. The petitioners counsel (Azhar Siddique) pointed out that it was not a habeas corpus petition but a plea to register a murder case against the accused. He argued the police was reluctant to register a criminal case as Mr. Khosa , who, according to him, was pressurising the police and using all his measures to restrain them from taking any action against him. The court should direct the police to register a case under Section 154 of the PPC against the alleged kidnapers, he further argued. After hearing the arguments, the judge directed the Race Course SHO to register a case in accordance with law on an application seeking registration of Sapna Khans kidnap and murder case against Mr. Dost Mohammad Khosa . The petitioner Misal Khan, father of Spna Khan, had filed the petition seeking court orders for the registration of a criminal caseagainst Dost Muhammad Khosa and his seven other accomplices, namely Sajad Ahmed, Shahir Daood Butt, Muhammad Fahim Amjad, Rana Tanveer, Javed, Yasin and Shahid, who allegedly kidnapped his daughter, Sapna Khan, and later killed her. After the court proceedings, when the complainants went to the Race Course police station, on Wednesday, SHO Wasim Akhtar once again refused to entertain their application, saying police cannot initiate any action against anyone on verbal orders of the court. Mr Akhtar told TheNation that he would consider the complainants application when they would receive a court order in written.