LAHORE - Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif during proceedings under suo moto jurisdiction on Thursday issued notice to four accused of committing robbery at a jewelry shop to know why should not the bail granted to them earlier by the trial court be cancelled. The court also directed the superintendent of the police concerned to ensure production of the accused namely Qasim Khan, Fakhar Hayat, Shahbaz and Gohar Ali before the court on the next date of hearing, July 8 next. As per background of the matter, the said accused and another Sayyar Khan were tried for looting Rs 27.5 lakh and ornaments from a shop in the jurisdiction of Qilla Gujjar Singh police on October 3 last. The charges were sent for trial. Sayyar Khan later on got bail by the trial court after he was pardoned by the complainant. However, the rest four were also granted bail by the court on the plea that they all faced the same case in the same nature so law of consistency applied to them all. The chief justice, however, from perusal of the record found that Khan case was distinguished from others in as much as the complainant had made a confessional statement only in his favour. The court also found from the record that all accused were identified in the parade and recoveries were made from them. Noting that the alleged offence fell in the prohibitory clause, the court in exercise of suo moto authority, issued notice to the said four asking them to show cause why not the bail granted to them by the trial court be recalled. The Punjab additional advocate general has also been called for assistance on the next date of hearing.