ISLAMABAD - Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Javed Iqbal, has admitted before the Supreme Court that Islamabad police had hushed up the murder of DHA security guard case, as Inspector General of Capital Police did not take sufficient steps for tracing out the real culprits in the case.He requested the court to grant further time for completing the investigation in the case, as he will initiate criminal proceedings against the police officers who had hush up the case in the past. He also said that it is classic example of highhandedness, slackness, lethargy and criminal negligence of Islamabad police in this case. A three-member bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhmmad Chaudhry asked the DG FIA to examine the circumstances evidence of the matter and complete his findings regarding the case till May 7. The Chief Justice said that they were aware that Rs 26 million were paid to the widow of Fayyaz, Shamroza Bibi, as financial compensation. “They also know that who paid this huge compensation,” Justice Tariq Pervaiz remarked.During the hearing, Director Legal FIA Haji Azam told the bench that in pursuance of court’s February 27 order, FIA was probing the case but still it was unable to reach on logical conclusion. He also stated that doctor and defence witness had also changed their earlier stance regarding the case.The court questioned why the investigating agency did not examine the circumstances evidence of the case.It is to be noted that the court on February 27 had expressed dissatisfaction over capital police and transferred the murder of DHA security guard case to Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and directed him to submit investigation report within three weeks.“We are not satisfied with the report prepared by Joint Investigation Team (JIT) of IGP so therefore in the interest of justice and logical conclusion of the murder of security guard, Fayyaz Ahmad, we transferred this case to DG FIA ,” the court had observed.“It is good but we are well aware the fact that normally no one extend such huge amount in such cases, while Malik Riaz was not even accused in the case, we want to know the truth behind this generosity,” Justice Tariq Pervaiz questioned.The court had observed that a trial court judge of Islamabad misunderstood the case and gave a controversial verdict. “Don’t rely on this judgment,” chief justice asked Sardar Ishaq, the lawyer of another two accused in the case.The case was adjourned till May 7.