LAHORE The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry on Monday disposed of a petition against the profane material on the Facebook, after the Deputy Attorney General gave assurance on the behalf of the federal government that no material sacrilegious and blasphemous to the honour and respect of Holy Prophet (SAW) and the Holy Quran would be allowed to be shown on the websites and that the ministries concerned were taking all possible measures to block such websites and check public access to them. The DAG, Naveed Inayat Malik, said government was also aware of the public sentiments in this regards as such it had already set on to check any objectionable material which hurts the religious sentiments, to be posted on the websites. As such it was also working stop access to anti-Islam sites. He said Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and ministry of information & technology are blocking all internet websites which carried blasphemous material. He said an Inter-Ministerial Committee is screening website sites to block access for profane and anti-Islam sites on internet in the country. Petitioner Muhammad Azhar Siddique argued that intentions of the government could be gauzed from this that despite the courts earlier order, the ministry of foreign affairs Pakistan has not yet submitted it progress report on steps taken to raise the issue at the platform of UNO and OIC for lodging protest against American social networking website Facebook which committed blasphemy defiantly. On this the chief justice remarked that in the interest of justice the government should be given once chances to make good the assurance which the law office is giving to the court. The court also directed the deputy attorney that the inter ministerial committee be made bound to keep the additional registrar (judicial) abreast of its operations and steps against such objectionable websites on regular basis. The CJ observed that if the PTA and the ministry concerned fail to fulfill their responsibilities in this regard the petitioner may move the court again with new petition. About the petitioners FIR registered under section 295 PPC earlier in police Station civil Lines Lahore against the owners of facebook for committing blasphemy the court held that police should investigate the matter and dispose of the same in a logical way. It may be recalled that the issue of blasphemous material had emerged last year when the Facebook announced to hold a competition of caricatures of the Holy Prophet (SAW) in the name of freedom of expression and later the situation aggravated when a Florida priest announced to burn copies of the Holy Quran on the anniversary of 9/11. However a very strong public reaction and pressure from Muslims all over the world, thwarted both these attempts. Now through the petition, an international legislation is being sought at the level of UN to put a permanent ban on resorting to such attempt. Man get released from polices detention: Kot Lakhpat Police tried to dodge the court bailiff and released a detainee just before the reaching of bailiff to the said police station. 2Shahnaz Bibi had filed a habeas corpus petition in the court alleging that Kot Lakhpat Police had detained his son-in-law Asif. She said that some Kot Lakhpat police officials raided Asifs house and arrested him without any charge. Asif is innocent and has never been involved in any illegal activity. She prayed the court to recover Asif and release him as per law. On her plea, the court appointed a bailiff who raided Kot Lakhpat Police Station but Asif was not there.