ISLAMABAD - Chairman Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has been directed to appear before the Supreme Court on Wednesday (today) and explain why the actress and All Pakistan Muslim League member Atiqa Odho was released. Airport Security Force on June 4 briefly detained Atiqa Odho, who was scheduled to travel to Karachi by PK-319 at Benazir Bhutto International Airport for keeping two bottles of liquor. According to the sources, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry taking notice of the incident had called for report from Chairman FBR, Inspector General of Police, Punjab and Director General Airport Security Force (ASF), who have submitted their separate reports on Tuesday. The IGP, Punjab submitted his report through RPO, Rawalpindi. According to the IGP Punjabs report the Customs authorities did not inform the local police about the incident. The DG ASF stated in his report that two bottles of liquor were recovered from the luggage of Atiqa and they had referred the matter to Customs for legal action. The FBR Chairman version is that liquor bottles have been seized. The sources told The Nation that the FBR did not register criminal case against APML leader because the value of liquor was less than Rs 0.3 million. According to details, Chief Justice has ordered the SC office to fix the case for June 8 and let the FBR Chairman explain why there was different laws for powerful or the influential and an ordinary person.