KARACHI - Sindh High Courts Administrative Judge of Anti Terrorist Court on Saturday directed the police to submit challan against the four alleged militants of Jundullah involved in Ashura bomb blast till February 13. The suspects Ghulam Murtaza alias Shakeel, Shakeel Farooqui, Wazir Muhammad and Murad Shah were produced before the court of Justice Ameer Hani Muslim by the police where the court directed for their judicial custody. Earlier, they have been brought to Judicial Magistrate Judge (West) Yaseen Kolachi for identification parade, where two witnesses from the prosecution have identified them by submitting that the four suspects belong to South Punjab. The court, after hearing their statements, remanded them to the police custody till February 10 in other charges for the bomb blasts occurred on December 26 and 27. The alleged militants were said to be associated with Jundullah and Lashkar-e-Janghvi. They were charged in seven different cases of murder, attempt to murder, 13D, possession of explosive material and others. According to the prosecution, the suspects have admitted that they have planned to carry out five blasts in the City but three of the blasts on the Muharram 8th at Paposh Nagar and Muharram 9th at Qasba Colony were executed. Police claimed to have recovered another similar bomb that the said terrorist had a plan to use against a prominent Shia cleric. On the other side, a SHC division bench directed to reinstate a senior teacher and scout leader of Defence Housing Authority (DHA). The court disposed of the petition, filed by Ghulam Mustafa, seeking his restoration in the DHA after hearing the arguments from both the sides. The petitions counsel Farooq Muhammad Naseem submitted that the petitioner was a confirmed employee of DHA and served from April 1988 to May 1994. His performance was meritorious both in academic and extra curricular activities particular in scouting at national and international level and he also represented the country as well. Meanwhile, the court in its order observed that the appellant was firstly terminated on May 24, 1994 by DHA. The federal services and tribunal in its judgment on December 3, 2002 set aside the impugned order of DHA and ordered for reinstatement with provision of all past perks and benefits since May 24, 1994. Though, a constitutional petition was moved to SHC seeking removal of the current local bodies system as its tenure has been completed. A citizen Mian Muslim Pervez filed a petition, through his counsel, in which he submitted that despite the completion of tenure of the current local bodies, it is still continued. However, there was no constitutional status of the current LB, although, their existing in their offices was violating the constitution. The LB representatives as well as the government were violating the Constitution by sustaining the current LB setup that was ended, and the government was not conducting the election for new setup. The plaintiff made Chief Secretary Sindh, Secretary Local Bodies, Secretary Finance, and Election Commission as respondents in the petition. The petitioner pleaded to remove the current LB system and directed the government as well as the authorities concerned to conduct elections to set up new LB system.