KARACHI - A division bench of Sindh High Court on Saturday issued notice to Special Prosecution General and Advocate General Sindh to submit their comments over the bail plea moved by Mohajir Qaumi Movement (Haqiqi) till February 14. The SHC bench comprised of Justice Mohammad Ather Saeed and Justice Arshad Noor Khan. Mohammad Ilyas Khan advocate and Mohammad Farooq advocate representing the petitioner appeared before the court, while Deputy Attorney General of Pakistan Amir Raza Naqvi appeared on behalf of government. The MQM-H leader moved his plea against Section 25 (8) of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) which prohibits granting bail to a convict during the proceedings of appeal in superior courts. The petitioner also prayed for the suspension of his sentence during the proceedings of the appeal. Meanwhile, the Administrative Judge of the Anti-Terrorism Court, Karachi, Justice Salman Ansari, on Saturday directed to produce challan against the four arrested accused allegedly involved in kidnapping and a murder case of a five-year-old boy within a week. The prosecutor did not approve the challan provided by the IO, while the court issued directives to submit the challan in the next hearing. The accused including Ahmed Raza s/o Iqbal, Amir s/o Mohammad Hanif, Mohammad Wajid s/o Noor Mohammad and Mehmood Ilahi s/o Abdul Hassan were arrested in the limits of Bilal Colony police station on January 12. According to prosecution, the accused had allegedly kidnapped their cousin, namely Zohaib son of Imran, on January 11 near his house in New Karachi and demanded ransom of Rs500,000 for his release. However, they strangulated the boy and were on their way to dispose the body when a police party intercepted them near Allahwali Chowrangi in the limits of Bilal Colony police station. Police found the body and arrested two suspects. Case was registered under Section 365-A (kidnapping for ransom) and 302/34 (murder and common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code at the Bilal Colony police station.