LAHORE A plea has been moved before the court of law to seek contempt of court action against the SHO Islampura for defying the order passed Thursday to register an FIR against the Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Amir on corruption charges and putting head of the whole nation down in shame after being punished by a UK court on account of that. The petitioner Zuber Bulkan Advocate says, the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge, Lahore, passed a lucid order for registration of the FIR after hearing the petitioner that the trio faced proven charges of spot fixing for the sake of getting easy money during a test in England, and were punished them with jail by the UK court in various terms. He says the SHO Islampura under legal obligation to record his statement and reduce the same into an FIR but he did not do that and flouted the court order which holds him liable to punishment under contempt of court law. He said after a court abroad had punished the trio, the state law provide for action against them for bringing the name of the country to disgrace before the whole world and hurting sentiments of 180 million people at home. Meanwhile, the Lahore High Court Friday objected to the writ petition which seeks confiscation of the assets of three convicted cricketers after their game has been banned and jail administered by a UK court on Thursday. The petition another advocate Ishtiaq Ch argues that the convicted trio amassed assets with the money obtained through ill means, like spot fixing, in the game. The petitioner also seek action of property confiscation against former PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt for turning his face to other side from what the players were doing to ultimately stigmatizing the name of the country and Pakistan nation in the world.