LAHORE Additional Sessions Judge Chaudhary Nazir Ahmad on Saturday summoned on Dec 12 Race Course SHO along with record upon non- compliance with a court order regarding registration of a criminal against PML-N sitting minister Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa and his accomplices allegedly for kidnapping and killing Sapna Khan. The petition was filed by Sapna Khans father Masal Khan, imp leading Inspector General of Police Punjab, Capital City Police Officer, Lahore, Station House Officer Race Course Police Station and DSP, Race Course circle. The petitioner submitted that he had filed a petition under 22/A and 22/B of Cr.P.C. for registration of a case against nominated accused including Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa and others for kidnapping and killing his daughter, Sapna Khan. He said that the court, disposing of the petition on December 7, had ordered the SHO Race Course to record the statement of the petitioner and investigate the matter. The SHO refused to register the case on December 7 on the pretext that he has not received any court order in this regard. The petitioner submitted that he after that once again approached the police station with the court order and an application in this regard, but despite receiving his application he was not entertained as per court orders. The petitioner alleged that the SHO was under pressure as it was not a secret that accused Dost Muhammad Khosa was ex-chief minister and had all means to influence the police. The petitioner prayed the court to summon the SHO for non compliance with court order besides requesting to issue directions for registration of a case against Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa and others for allegedly kidnapping and killing his daughter Sapna Khan. Justice to be ensured: Justice Bandial said while addressing the judicial officers and lawyers of Lahore Bar Association on inauguration ceremony of Judicial Complex at old Sessions Court. About 23 courts would be constructed in judicial complex along with 672 chambers for lawyers at the cost of Rs795.915 million. The painstaking was much vital to deliver justice to the needy masses who has pined high hopes on judicial system, Justice Bandial said urging that the judges should make their verdicts balanced. Addressing to ceremony, District and Session Judge Mujahid Mustaqeem Ahmed said courts would be the castle of pure justice if relation between bar and bench continued. LBA president Shehzad Hassan Shaikh, Senior Civil Judge Atta Rabani, civil judges and additional district & sessions judges were also present.