LAHORE - The Lahore High Court Division Bench headed by Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry Thursday admitted to bail two accused of Gojra riots of the last year, wherein eight Christians had lost their life besides huge loss of property. The Bench allowed bail to Maulvi Nisar and Faisal Iqbal who contended in their bail petition that they had no link with the Gojra incident and they had been implicated in the matter without any reason. They also contended that no evidence stood against them rather the eye witnesses did not show their presence on the spot on the day of occurrence incident. After hearing the parties and perusing the record, the court admitted both the accused to bail against surety bonds. LHC orders release of 22 buffaloes Justice Nasir Saeed Sheikh of the Lahore High Court on Thursday ordered the secretary cantonment board Lahore to immediately release 22 buffaloes and their seven calves which were unlawfully impounded by the board five days ago. Munir Ahmed, Assistant secretary cantonment board, appearing before the court last day on behalf of the secretary board. submitted the animals were impounded as they were kept in a house illegally within the Cantonment limits as the owner/the petitioner did get license from board for this purpose. The judge directed the assistant secretary to release the cattle in two hours and issue required license also to owner Muhammad Ishaq who was also directed to apply for the same in the Board office. Petition dismissed as withdrawn The Lahore High Court on Thursday dismissed as withdrawn a petition which was earlier filed to question the written off loans to the tune of Rs 54 billion over the last two years and seeking a court directions to the banks for their recovery and exposing names of the beneficiaries/loanees. The petitioner, Imran Khan, preferred to withdraw the case in view of the fact, the Supreme Court has also seized of a similar matter for hearing under suo moto authority and the time period of written off loans, Rs 256 billion before the SC also started from 1985.