LAHORE - A local court has restrained Hanjarwal police from harassing a UK-returned couple who tied nod against the will of their families. Safia Saleem, the petitioner stated before additional sessions judge that she married to Muhammad Saleem Rana of Malik Pur, Defence Road, Lahore and told the court that she contracted love marriage with Muhammad Saleem Rana and was enjoying good relations with him. She said her relatives including her uncles Ijaz alias Jaju and Amir Fayyaz who were not happy over her marriage were threatening them of dire consequences. She told the court that four armed men attacked her husband near Walton Road. They assailants chopped her husbands finger off and fractured thumb of other hand and fled away. The matter was later reported to the local police station but of no avail. Feeling threatened they (petitioner and her husband) moved to America and then to UK to save their lives and returned back after residing abroad for some years. Her husband started business with the name of Rana Traders in the City. Safia told the court that her relatives had again started threatening them and wanted to kill her husband. Recently the armed men attacked her husband who luckily escaped unhurt. She said her relatives had made their lives miserable. The court will take up the case again today (Wednesday). LHC CJ takes suo moto notice of fire incident Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif on Tuesday took a suo motu notice of fire erupting incident in an LDA plaza reducing the worth record into ashes. The CJ has directed the director general LDA to appear before the court on May 07 besides directing the advocate general Punjab to assist the court on the matter. The CJ took suo motu notice on a column published in a national daily casting doubts on the fire incident occurred on May 03. According to the details, fire erupted on sixth floor of LDA plaza, Egerton Road, which burnt the record room and computers placed in other rooms.