RAWALPINDI- An Additional District and Sessions Judge (ADSJ) ordered the arrest of a Sub Inspector (SI) Muhammad Aslam in the courtroom for his alleged involvement in tampering with the facts of a narcotics case registered with R A Bazaar police last May and also non-bailable arrest warrants of SHO Westridge for not registering a criminal case. According to the detail, ADSJ Rana Muhammad Ali ordered the arrest of SI Muhammad Aslam and directed the Civil Lines police to book him along with then SHO Azam Butt, and two constables Faiz Rasool and Allah Dita under section 9/B (carrying drugs weighting less than 1000 gram) of Narcotics Act and 155-C (guilty of any willful breach or neglect by a police official of any provision of law or of any rule or regulation or any order which he is bound to observe or obey) for their alleged role in tampering with the facts of a narcotics case. Muhammad Aslam was present in the court to record his statement as a witness in a case involving Muhammad Hamid who was arrested for carrying narcotics. The case was registered in May last when Azam Butt was the SHO and Muhammad Aslam headed the investigations as an assistant sub inspector (ASI) and the two constables were witnesses. During the cross examination, it transpired that in the FIR the weight of charas recovered from the accused was first mentioned as 115 gram and later it was changed as 715 gram and then as 315 gram. The weight mentioned in charge sheet was 715 gram while in the statement of the accused it was 115. The judge took exception of the maneuvering and ordered the arrest of the SI and became a complainant in the bid to get registered a criminal case against the police officials. The judge in another case issued the non-bailable arrest warrants of SHO Westridge Police for not appearing in the court despite repeated calls to file his reply in response to an application seeking registration of a criminal case. The Judge ordered the arrest warrants should be carried out through the office of City Police Officer and the SHO should be produced in the court on May 14. In the application under section 22-A, the petitioner Saleem Shazad alleged that the Westridge Police had not been registering a criminal case against his friend Azmat Ali whom he lend his car last October. He alleged the car was damaged in an accident by Azmat who refused to pay the damages and threatened him to kill if he demanded the compensation money. Meanwhile, ASJ Muhammad Iqbal Malik issued the non-bailable arrest warrants of another SI of Saddar Behrooni for not appearing in the court as a key witness in a murder case. The judge ordered the police official should be produced in the court on May13.