LAHORE The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahamd Chaudhry has taken exception to the misuse of section 489 (f) of PPC which relates to the registration of case on the charges of giving a bogus cheque. Hearing a suo moto case regarding issuing bogus cheque and the consequential procedure at the police end, the court remarked that section 489 is being abused while discrepancy has also been detected from the decisions passed on the bail petitions on the offence of drawing a bogus cheque. While addressing the federal law officer the court sough satisfaction on the point whether law provides for registration of the case with the police relevant to the bank where the cheque gets dishonoured or in any other city where the person gave the cheque. With that the court adjourned the case to October 15 for further hearing. JAIL warning: Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Wednesday once again warned the Railways authorities of jail under the law, if they failed to honour their commitment to pay the legal advisers who have been crying hard over the last two years to get their dues. The legal advisers were earlier given cheques of payment which got dishonoured for non availability of funds in the Railways accounts. Additional Director Finance, Railways last day, urged the court for time to clear dues of the advisers which ruffled the feathers of the court after it had previously granted requests for the same purpose. The court passing a strict warning to the Railways officials gave time till October 15. The officers will go to the jail if needful not done by the next date, the court remarked. Haj operators: The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijazz Ahmad Chaudhry on Wednesday adjourned to October 18 further hearing of the petition moved by private Haj tour operators after representative of the Haj Ministry informed the court that special Haj flights may be carried out to accommodate the private Haj operators in case they do not get regular flights. The petition has been filed through advocate Muhammad Azhar Siddique inter alia contending that the Ministry while setting aside the policy of merit, was carrying the hujjaj of the private operators of its liking and choice, which had left other operators in a lurch as they did not know when their clients would go after they did not get their flights on merit.