KARACHI The Sindh High Court on Monday issued notice to the Chief of Naval Staff and other high ranking officers of the Pakistan Navy for July 12, in a petition by a sacked Naval Officer. An SHC division bench, comprising Acting Chief Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar issued the notices to the Naval Chief, Commander Karachi and Commanding Officer PNA Jouhar on a constitutional petition, filed by sacked Lieutenant Aqib Shahid, against his termination from his job. After hearing preliminary arguments from the petitioner, the bench issued order to the high command of the Pakistan Navy to submit their comments. The petitioner submitted that he was terminated from his post while levelling allegation of dishonestly against him. He said that his termination order was issued in sheer violation of the legal procedure of the department and termed his termination order as illegal. Aaqib Shahid took the ground in his petition that as per rules and regulations of Pakistan Navy, any Navy personal could be sacked from service after completing the procedure of holding inquiry and serving him charge sheet. On the other hand, no inquiry had been initiated against him nor was he charge sheeted, he added. He took further plea in his application that Supreme Court (SC) in its orders had ruled that if an inquiry or charge sheet was based on any ill-intent then the officers of armed forces could resort to civil courts. Aaqib Shahid contended that he had approached civil court in line with this verdict of apex court. Meanwhile, Judicial Magistrate (East) Zabia Khattak refused a case pertaining missing of Dr Aafia while approving an application of Inquiry Officer. The IO of the case appeared before the court and submitted his report saying that there was no any case was found registered regarding her abduction, he added that neither a signal eyewitness nor any evidence of the case was found, therefore he requested to reject the case. The court on his application has refused the case. Earlier, Dr Fouzia Siddiqui, sister of missing Dr Aafia, submitted an application to the court, requested for the registration of an abduction case of Dr Aafia. On the court orders, the Mobina Town Police lodged an FIR on the complaint of Dr Fouzia Siddiqui. She had submitted in the application that her sister, Dr Aafia Siddiqui, on March 30, 2003, left their house, located Block 7, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, for the Karachi airport, along with her three children, to board a flight to Rawalpindi, but they all were abducted by personnel of law-enforcement agency and were shifted to some unknown places.