ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed displeasure over National Accountability Bureau's failure to arrest former Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority chairman Tauqir Sadiq. Resuming the hearing of an Ogra scam case, a two-judge apex court bench, headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, also called a written reply from the bureau. Appearing before the bench, a NAB investigation officer said the Motorways Police did not cooperate with them to apprehend Sadiq, who had traveled via motorway. He also said that he and the NAB chairman had been receiving threats and attempts were being made to register a bogus FIR against them.Upon this, Justice Jawwad Khawaja said the authorities should apprehend the culprit, who had been threatening them and who could be sentenced up to 10 years in prison according to the bureau’s laws. Justice Khilji Arif said if they would allow the culprits to escape, then they were bound to receive threats.The officer informed the court that the bureau had sought assistance from the Islamabad and Punjab Police along with the counter-terrorism agencies to arrest Tauqir Sadiq. Justice Khilji remarked that he must be hiding somewhere in high-profile official residences.Adjourning the hearing till December 19, the court summoned the chiefs of Punjab and Motorway Police.