LAHORE - Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muha-mmad Sharif on Monday adjourned the hearing of a suo moto notice of a prisoners death resulting from alleged torture by the officials of Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi, till August 6. Earlier, Superintendent Central Jail, Rawalpindi, Saud-allah Gondal submitted a report before the court wherein it was stated that the correct name of the deceased was Ameer Khan, aged 24, who was ill and was given treatment at jail hospital but later shifted to DHQ hospital where he expired. However, the interim medical report presented in the court read, The medical board was of unanimous opinion that in presence of traumatic injuries, the opinion regarding ca-use of death would be offered on receipt of reports from che-mical examiner and hisp-othologist. The CJ asked the additional advocate general to direct the chemical examiner and hispo-thologist to hand over the report tomorrow or day after tomorrow to medical board through fax and final report should be submitted before the court on August 6. The CJ adjourning the matter till August 6 also directed the superintendent jail to appear on the said date. The notice was taken on a news item that appeared in an English daily stating the officials of Adiala Jail Rawalpindi had tortured an 18-year-old prisoner, Hameed (Ameer Khan) to death. The family of the victim said he was sent to jail in a concocted drug case. The relatives of the deceased reportedly marched to the DHQ hospital but they were not allowed to see the dead body. The family of the deceased claimed Hameed, a labourer, was arrested by police for failing to provide his identity card. He was returning home from work when the police arrested him and implicated him in a fake case of drug paddling when the poor family could not give them Rs20,000 as bribe, mother of the deceased said.