LAHORE -Chief Justice Lahore High Court Justice Sayed Zahid Hussain (LHC), taking suo moto notice of tying a young man of Sheikhupura to 57 feet long chain by a landlord and forced him to work as bonded labourer in his fields, has summoned DPO Sheikhupura for November 13. The CJ has also sought a report from DPO that what steps had been taken for the protection of victim's family and the measure adopted to avert such incident in future. The CJ took suo moto after a news item with photograph appeared in section of print and electronic media depicting Shamsher working in the fields while his feet were tied with a long chain. According to the news item, Irfan Awan had detained Shamsher for two months on a plea that his brother had not retuned the borrowed money. A police team raided the place and got him freed, while the landlord was arrested. Sharifana Bibi, the widow and mother of victim, said she had borrowed Rs40,000 from Awan but when she could not return he detained his son and did not allowed anyone to meet him. The landlord was of the view that he had lent Rs120,000 to Shamsher's brother which he later refused to returned. Awan was arrested and has been sent to jail on 14 days judicial remand. Doctor's transfer order set aside  Justice Hafiz Tariq Nasim of the Lahore High Court has set aside transfer orders of a doctor who was sent to the other district on wishes of MPL-N MPA Irfan-ud-Din for not co-operating with him. The judge on Monday while accepting the petition of Dr Tariq Mustafa, in the written order ruled: "It is highly unfortunate that the departmental authorities are not resisting before the wishes of MPAs/MNAs despite the fact that they are supposed to perform their duties fairly, justly and without being influenced from any extraneous matter and that very element is missing in the present dispute." The judge ruled that the record revealed what happened with the doctor was all due to political motivation of the MPA. He added that the doctor faced miseries due to non-cooperation with the MPA. Petitioner Dr Mustafa submitted that he was appointed in health department in 1987 and served at different places without any complaint whatsoever. He added that his services were placed on disposal of executive district officer (EDO) Gujrat who appointed him as senior medical officer BS-18 at Rural Health Centre Malka on April 19, 2008. He said he continued his duties without being influenced by the MPA from PP-115 Gujrat who developed grudges against him. He said that for not following his instructions, he was transferred and his services were placed on the disposal of EDO health Jhelum. The doctor also placed on record an order of health department wherein it was written: "On the wishes of MPA Irfan-ud-Din, doctor Tariq Mustafa should be transferred." However, the doctor added that on the instructions of the MPA, the health department transferred him on June 10, 2008. He prayed that his transfer orders being political victimisations be set aside and health department be directed to appoint him at RHC Malka.