Islamabad - The Supreme Court Friday sought report from secretary ministry of interior regarding why low budget was allocated for FIA to probe cases. A two-member bench headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja was hearing the bail application of an accused arrested in human smuggling. During the proceeding Director FIA Muhammad Tariq informed the court that they had demanded Rs 110m from the ministry of interior, but they were provided only Rs 50m. He said the FIA did not have enough funds to investigate the cases. Upon that Justice Khawaja remarked that many criminals are released by the courts on the basis of faulty investigation. But the courts are blamed that the criminals were not awarded severe punishment. The court noted that the investigation is not the job of courts. He said it was the government’s duty that the accused get sentences. Justice Ejaz observed if the government did not have money for investigation then it be contracted to some other. The court seeking report from the secretary interior adjourned the case till August 11.