KARACHI - The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Sindh government to stop construction work on a school building outside District Tandoallayar and also the grant allocated for the school. The court also directed to build the in the district or its immediate vicinity. A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar M Chaudhry, comprising Justices Chaudhry Ijaz Ahmed and Ghulam Rabbani issued the directions while hearing a petition of former district Nazima Rahila Magsi against the construction of a school 30km miles away from the district instead of inside the district. She filed the petition through senior lawyer Abdul Hafeez Pirzada by submitting that the provincial government had announced the establishment of nine schools in different parts of District Tandoalayar and started the works on it, but did not take the revenue department and the district administration on board in this regard. She pointed out that one of the schools is being constructed far away from the district, therefore the area people will not able to benefit from that school due to its long distance. The petitioner added that the lands allotted for the school was provided through a private sector instead of the revenue dept, while Rs25 million was allocated for it, the petitioner pleaded to stop the construction and shift the school inside the district and some another nearer area of the district, the court after hearing the counsels directed to stop working on the school being constructed far away from the district and also stop the grand allocated for the school. On the other side, Accountability Court, Karachi Judge Mir Mohammad Sheikh acquitted former deputy directed Federal Intelligence Agency FIA Chaudhry Shahid from two corruption references. The former FIA official was charged with accumulating assets beyond his earning resources, misuse of authority for personal interests and committing corruption causing a great lost to the national exchequer. His counsel Amir Raza Naqvi contended before the court that his client was falsely implicated as nothing was proved against him in the corruption. The court acquitted him from the corruption reference after hearing the comments from both the sides. ing Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi issued the notices to the secretaries and directed them to submit the relevant records and documents regarding the salaries of the judicial and none judicial staffers of the province. The constitutional petitions were moved by Rasheed A. Rizvi, president of Sindh High Court Bar Association and Amanullah Khan, seeking the equal salaries and other benefits to the judicial employees being provided to the Punjab.