LAHORE - The Supreme Court on Monday expressed concerns over non-implementation of a court order regarding Peshawar Church attack and directed the federal government to submit report.

A three-member bench led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar took up the matter at the Supreme Court’s Lahore Registry. Justice Umar Ata Bandial and Justice Ijazul Ahsan were the other members of the bench.

During the proceedings, Justice Umar Ata observed that what happened to the National Action Plan to stop hatred speech.

“All the chief secretaries would be summoned if the order was not implemented,” the CJP warned. The bench gave 15 days to the federal government to submit report.

Saqib Jillani, a citizen, told the bench that the court order regarding Peshawar Church attack had not been implemented. The hate material was being spread in the country, he said. However, he said that the curriculum of Punjab and KP to a large extend had been purified from the hate material but no steps were taken in other provinces. He pleaded the bench to order implementation of the court order.