LAHORE - An unidentified accused shot injured the son-in-law of Lahore High Court Justice Muneer Ahmed near old Crime Investigation Department office in Ghalib Market police precincts on Thursday evening. Sources close to the police investigators claimed that the accused might be having an old enmity or a financial dispute with Mohsin Tareen Khan for which he tried to kill him. The judges son-in-law along with his spouse Reema Mohsin Tareen was going somewhere on his car perhaps to meet with his relatives. He was on his way when an unknown armed motorcyclist tried to intercept his car near Mini Market, Gulberg at about 6:15 pm. Seeing this, Mohsin accelerated the car. As the accused could not catch up the judges son-in-law, he opened firing at the back of his vehicle. This infuriated Mohsin who stopped the car, came out of it to talk to the (unknown) motorcyclist. But the accused, considering it a good chance to kill Mohsin, shot fires at him. He received two bullet injuries - one on his leg - and the other at his belly, a police official said. An eyewitness said that the armed motorcyclist left the crime place within no time after he shot injured the man (Mohsin). Rescue 1122 and Edhi officials reached the site and shifted the injured to Emergency Department of the Services Hospital. He has suffered a gushing wound at his belly. The bullet has pierced into his lungs. His condition is critical, a medical officer requesting not to be named told this scribe when he contacted him to inquire about the condition of the injured. He further said that a team of doctors was operating on Mohsin. After the incident, the Ghalib Market police launched a search operation in nearby localities, but the accused could not be traced. An FIR (822/10) has been registered against the unidentified accused and further investigations are underway.