LAHORE - Barrister Iqbal Jafree, counsel of nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, in a communication has 'advised' chairman Strategic Planning Division Lt Gen(r) Khalid Qidwai, Attorney General of Pakistan Abdul Qayyum and Federal Information Minister Sherry Rehman to stop tarnishing image of national hero AQ Khan in media to serve the purpose of Pervez Musharraf. He warned that if the three government functionaries did not stop making statements against his client he would initiate legal proceedings against them in America, Japan and United Kingdom. The counsel also asked Pervez Musharraf to seek unconditional apology from AQ Khan who had served the nation. Jafree who is also an attorney in America said AQ Khan had made no wrong statement to Japan news service but some elements are purposely misquoting him. Death penalty awarded An additional district and sessions judge Jamshed Hussain has awarded death penalty to father and mother and a son who with the help of his two sisters murdered his wife. The court handed down life imprisonment to two sisters. According to details, Zubair Saleem his mother Munaza Saleem, father Muhammad Saleem and his two sisters Anam and Sania murdered Zubair's wife Ifra by strangulated her in 2005. Ifra's father got registered an FIR in Garden Town police station in which he nominated Zubair and all his family members. The judge awarded death sentence to Zubair, his father Muhammad Saleem and mother Munaza Saleem while life imprisonment to his two sisters Sania and Anam after proving guilty. Two detainees recovered through bailiff District and Sessions Court on Monday recovered two detainees through bailiff from two different police stations and directed the SSP Operations Lahore to take action against a sub-inspector. In first case, a habeas corpus application was filed by Muhammad Saleem, a resident of Gulberg, alleging that Mian Akhter, an SI at Lytton Road police station, kept his son Orangzaib in illegal confinement for the last few days. The bailiff, Nasir Habib went to the Lytton Road police station where the victim was locked in a room on the first floor of the police station. As the victim was not required in any case, the court freed him. The court ordered SSP Operations to record the statement of victim and take strict action against the sub-inspector and other responsible officials of Lytton Road police station. In second case, the court bailiff recovered a car showroom servant, Sajjad Ahmad from the illegal confinement of Firdous Market police. The habeas corpus application was filed by the owner of the showroom, Ghulam Abbas. The court also set free the recovered detainee.