The Supreme Court OF Pakistan on Wednesday resumed hearing a case pertaining to the illegal occupation of government residences by police officials. 

The Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, summoned Inspector Generals (IGs) of all four provinces on Friday, July 6 in this regard. 

Justice Saqib Nisar also ordered to present a record of ongoing cases [related to the residences] in lower Courts and stay orders in the relevant issue of residences. 

Earlier, the Additional Attorney General claimed that the provincial IGs are not cooperating.

He said, "In Islamabad alone, 200 official residences have been illegally occupied by police officials. We apprised the IG Islamabad but he is not cooperating with us."

Then, the Chief Justice questioned that why the IGs are not cooperating.

He said, "Ask the IGs to appear in court whether via helicopter or plane."

The Additional Attorney General then requested to adjourn the hearing till Friday as it was not possible for the IGs to appear immediately. 

Adjourning the hearing of the case till July 6, Justice Nisar ordered that all four IGs appear for the hearing and files be presented of illegally occupied residences on which stay orders were given.