LAHORE The Lahore High Court on Monday issued notices to federal and provincial law officers to appear on Tuesday on four identical petitions praying that Raymond Davis may not be allowed to leave the courts jurisdiction and also not be handed over to American authorities. Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry, after hearing the petitioners counsels, asked Deputy Attorney General Naveed Inayat Malik, and Assistant Advocate General Waqas Dar to come with instructions from their respective governments. The petitions filed by Muhammad Asghar, Chaudhry Ahmad Masood Gujjar, Arif Hussain Shah, and Barrister Javed Iqbal Jafree have also sought that the Americans name be put on Exit Control List. A judicial inquiry may also be conducted into the whole incident through a panel of LHC judges, the petitioners have further demanded. Davis, in police custody on a six-day physical remand, faces double murder charges. He killed two motorcyclists, Faheem and Faizan Haidar by firing on a busy Mozang area road on January 27. Minutes after the murders, another motorcyclist, Abaidur Rahman, also lost his life at the hand of a speeding US Consulates vehicle by violating the one way traffic rule. Davis was taken into custody by the police from the scene while his two colleagues had fled. He says he fired bullets in self-defence. The US Embassy is seeking his custody. However, the Pakistani authorities have so far not agreed to this demand, arguing that the matter is subjudice and the law of the land will determine his status. Iqbal Jafrees petition claims Davis is a US agent involved in illegal activities in Pakistan. The petitioner Asgahr claims that he was a witness to the killings of the two youths by Mr Davis. He further claims that he, too, hardly escaped from Daviss shots. Masood Gujjar, an advocate practicing with the LHC, has also termed Davis an agent of US spy agency Blackwater. He killed the two nationals without caring for the law of the land, he maintained. He says that the police are not arresting the other two accused persons. In the backdrop of covert operations by foreign spy agents in Pakistan, the petitioner is also seeking answer to the vital question: 'How did Davis land in Pakistan with internationally banned bullets and, surprising, how the Airport security and the customs authorities let the same enter the country? The petitioner alleges that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at the instance of the US Consulate, was impacting the investigations. Under the Vienna Convention of 1961, the technical staff of a foreign mission do not enjoy any immunity. Davis falls in this category. The accused, by all norms of the law of the land, is liable to be tried, his petition prays.