KARACHI - A petition was moved to Sindh High Court on Tuesday, challenging the lower courts verdict to acquit the police officials in Mir Murtaza Bhutto murder case. The petition was moved by Noor Mohammad, house servant of slain Murtaza, submitting that the judgment was not announced on merit. He alleged that the police officials, who had been acquitted from the case, were not innocent; rather they were involved in the crime. He claimed that the state had supported the accused to prove them innocent, while the court has announced the judgment due to not obtaining the solid and enough evidences. It is worthy of not that the lower courts had ordered to acquit all the 18 police officials, who were nominated in the murder case of slain chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party-Shaheed Bhutto (PPP-SB) and his comrades in its recently issued judgement. The police officials, who were acquitted including former DIG Police Shoaib Suddle, Intelligence Bureau Director General Masood Sharif Khattak, Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Wajid Durrani, Assistant Superintendent Police (ASP) Shahid Hayat, ASP Rai Tahir, Napier Station House Officer (SHO) Agha Jamil, Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Abdul Basit, Sub Inspector (SI) Shabbir Qaimkhani, Head Constable (HC) Faisal Hafeez, HC Raja Hameed, and police constables Ghulam Shabbir, Zulfiqar Ahmed, Zakir Mehmood, Zafar Iqbal, Gulzar Khan, Ghulam Mustafa, Muslim Shah and Ahmed.