LAHORE Superintendent of Central Jail Lahore on Thursday told the Lahore High Court that although an Indian prisoners jail term expired a year back but his fate would be decided after direction from the GHQ and the Presidency.The superintendent submitted his written reply and stated that Indian prisoner Surjit Singh was in the jail since October 31, 1985 being convicted and sentenced to death under section 59-PAA by the commanding officer 106 Brigade Headquarter Lahore Cantt. He informed that army chief had also rejected the mercy petition of Surjit Singh and directed to forward his petition to president of Pakistan. Later on, the president granted general amnesty to all condemned prisoners. The jail officer stated that sentence of Singh expired on October 30, 2010 but no direction had been received so far from GHQ or the presidency. After the reply, Justice Manzoor Ahmed Malik issued notice to secretary foreign affairs for December 20 and sought report. Advocate Awais Sheikh filed the petition and submitted that some time ago he had a meeting with superintendent of Jail who admitted that Surjit Singh alis Makhan Singh was in his jail and had spent 10 years more than 25 years of his jail term. He said Kalvindar Kaur, daughter of Singh, have asked him that she already had sent his identification proves and she was ready to sent her DNA reports to prove her blood relations with her father. He said the continuous detention of Mr. Singh is illegal and unlawful.