ISLAMABAD - Business tycoon Malik Riaz Hussain has decided to move a petition in the Supreme Court, requesting to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the one-man commission of Dr Shoaib Suddle, which is probing the alleged Rs 342 million-business deal between Dr Arsalan Iftikhar and him (Riaz) after the expiry of its 30-day period.Zahid Bukhari, counsel for Malik Riaz, told the media that they would file an application in the Supreme Court today against the commission. He said that though the court did not grant it further time to probe the matter but the commission was still continuing its proceedings, which was the sheer contempt of court on its behalf. The counsel also alleged that the commission was also harassing his client and due process was not being followed related to his matter.The inquiry commission has already sought more time to probe the Dr Arsalan case by informing the apex court that the inquiry could not be finalised within the stipulated time of 30 days because of non-cooperation by Malik Riaz and dilly-dallying, particularly by the Ministry of Interior in providing the required experts/support staff. It is worth mentioning that the court has yet not extended the commission’s period.Meanwhile, the SC reserved its decision over the business tycoon’s counsel objections over the three-member bench, which is hearing his review petition against the court’s August 30 judgment in Dr Arsalan case.A three-member bench of the apex court, headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja and comprising Justice Eajaz Afzal and Justice Chaudhry Ijaz Ahmad heard the review petition, filed by Malik Riaz against the probe commission.During the hearing, counsel for applicant Zahid Bukhari objected to the formation of the bench, he contended that the same bench should hear this matter, which had given August 30 decision.Meanwhile, counsel for Arsalan Iftikhar, Sardar Ishaq told the bench that Malik Riaz was adopting different tactics to delay the commission’s proceedings; as he did not appear before it.On the other hand, Zahid Bukhari told the court that the one-man commission was unacceptable because he had a softer corner for Arsalan Iftikhar.He further said that a contempt of court petition would be filed against the commision, adding that continuation of the commission’s investigations despite the denial of its extension was tantamount to harassment.Later, the court reserved its judgment over the Zahid Bukhari’s objections on the bench.