LAHORE - The Chief Justice Lahore High Court (LHC) Khawaja Muhammad Sharif on Tuesday issued a notice to federal government through deputy attorney general on an application against possible extradition of five arrested Afghan Taliban. The application was filed by Defence Human Rights Commissions chief Khalid Khawaja in his an already pending petition against possible handing over of top Afghan Taliban Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and four others. In his fresh application the petitioner included the names of recently arrested Afghan Taliban, Tayyab Agha, Hakeemuddin-Mahsood, Mullah Tayyab Popalzai, Abdul Qayyum Zakir and Musa. Petitioner requested the court to restrain government from handing over the detainees to any other foreign country. He further requested the court to bar foreign agencies from interrogating the Afghan detainees and issue directions that only intelligence agencies of Pakistan should conduct interrogation. In his main petition Khalid had challenged the likely extradition of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Mullah Abdul Salam, Maulvi Kabir, Mullah Muha-mmad and Ameer Muawiyia. The LHC CJ had temporality restrained the federal as well provincial authorities from handing over the said detainees to any foreign country. His application would be heard on March 15 along with the main petition. Hearing of suo moto case adjourned The Chief Justice Lahore High Court (LHC) Khawaja Muhammad Sharif adjourned hearing of suo moto notice of kidnap of 16 years old girl of Multan for March 12. On Tuesday RPO and SHO Gulgusht police station Multan appeared before the court and submitted a report about the kidnap of girl. Petitioner Shakeel Ahmed, father of abductee girl Sara Ahmed, was also present in the court with his lawyer Mian Ashfaq Ahmed who submitted his power of attorney in the court on behalf of petitioner. Later, in his arguments, the petitioners counsel pointed out that RPO Multan had submitted two reports and both were contradicted each other. The chief justice, however, adjourned further proceedings till March12. As per details, the LHC chief justice had taken suo moto notice of kidnap of daughter of one Shakeel Ahmed resident of Meharban Colony, Multan. The chief Justice had directed RPO Multan and SHO Gulgusht police station to inform the court on the progress till now about recovery of the abducted girl.