RAWALPINDI Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi bench on Tuesday reserved its decision on contempt of court petition against Superintendent Adiala Jail filed by the brother of three accused who were not released from the jail despite the court orders. LHC judge Justice Khawaja Imtiaz Ahmed reserved the decision after the jail Superintendent appeared in the court and told the court that the Jail authorities had released the persons on court orders. Earlier, the court had issued summons to the Superintendent Adiala Jail and directed him to respond and explain why the detained men were not handed over to their relatives after their detention orders were declared illegal by the court. The petitioner Syed Abdul Baais, through his lawyer, made the Superintendent Jail and an additional district and sessions judge as respondents. In his petition, he stated that his three brothers Abdul Basit, Abdul Majid and Abdul Saboor with eight other men were not released by the jail administration despite the May 27 LHCs orders. He told the court that he along with his lawyer approached the jail authorities on May 28 for the release of his brothers after their detention orders were declared illegal by the court and they had already been acquitted in different terrorism cases. However, he continued that the jail authorities kept them waiting and instead of releasing the eleven men handed them over to some intelligence agency. He said that he along with the relatives of the other men remained present outside the jail on whole night between May 28 and 29 but the jail officials instead of complying with court orders handed over the men to secret agencies. It is pertinent to mention here that the three brothers along with Dr Niaz Ahmed, Shafiqur Rehman, Muhammad Aamir and Mazharul Haq were acquitted by an anti-terrorism court in April 2010 of the cases of firing anti-aircraft shots at the plane of former President Pervaiz Musharraf, of carrying out suicide blasts on the staff bus of a secret agency outside Hamza Camp and on the main gate of military general headquarters.