KARACHI - The Sindh High Court on Friday issued notice to the advocate general and adjourned the hearing on the petition of Qari Saifullah against his detention under MPO. "Despite of not proving any allegations against the petitioner, he has been kept in illegal detention by the Sindh government since March 26, 2008 without proving anything against him," submitted the defence lawyers on his behalf before the SHC bench. The bench comprises Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Khawaja Naveed Ahmed. The petitioner made respondent to the provincial home ministry and submitted that he had been detained under the Maintenance of Proclaim Order (MPO) without any crime or terrorist charges. He submitted that he had been arrested from Dubai in August 2004, in connection with the attack on the former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf and was shifted to Islamabad and handed over to the Law Enforcement Agency (LEA). Later, he was released in May 2007 after the interrogation, but again arrested from Gulberg, Lahore as a suspect in carrying attack on slain PPP late chairperson Benazir Bhutto on February 26, 2008. Benazir had mentioned in her book that he (Saifullah) was involved in attacking on her when she arrived here after her self-exile on October 18, 2007. The petitioner further submitted that despite conducting several investigations by the LEA, nothing was proved against him about his alleged involvement in any terrorism or unlawful act, so he must be freed. He said that the police had already submitted their reports before the court in which they failed to produce anything against him. He requested the court that his detention to be declared illegal and he must be release as none of the evidence has been proved against him. The court adjourned the hearing till next hearing and also issued notice to the officials concerned to appear before the court. In another court a single bench of SHC comprising Justice Sajjad Ali Shah appointed Nazir of SHC as Commissioner to conduct inquiry to determine the heirs of the property of former prime minister late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The hearing was conducted on the petition of PPP (SB) chairperson, Ghinwa Bhutto, in which she submitted that after the death of Mir Murtaza Bhutto, her husband, their children including Fatima Bhutto and Zulfiqar Bhutto Junior should be declared as the heirs of his property by transferring the property in their names. The court has appointed Nazir of the said court as Commissioner to probe the matter and determine the heirs of the property. The court issued notice to the respondents to be appeared before the court in the next hearing. Another division bench of SHC comprising Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Khawaja Naveed Ahmed issued notice to in-laws of a TV anchor on her petition till November 19. The TV anchor Sabin Memon submitted that since the death of her husband she had not been provided any finical support by her in-laws, so she got a job in a TV channel as anchor to solve her financial problems. She submitted that when she started earning money, her in-laws started harassing her if she did not give them money. The court summoned her in-laws to appear before the court.