LAHORE - Chief Justice Lahore High Court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif on Tuesday sought report from the director general Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) about an incident of manhandling of ACE Director Shamim Jehangir by PML-N MNA Abid Sher Ali. The chief justice took strong notice of the incident in which PML-N MNA forcibly secured release of a TMA contractor by manhandling the ACE director who had arrested the TMA contractor for his corrupt practices. The CJ observed all citizens are equal before law and nobody is above the law. The TMA Iqbal Town, Faisalabad, was involved in two cases of corruption and the ACE team led by Assistant Director Zahid Nizami arrived at the commissioners officer and surrounded the car of MNA Abid Sher Ali as the contractor Nasir Butt was sitting inside the MNAs vehicle. On seeing the ACE team, the contractor locked the car doors and phoned the MNA who was busy in a meeting with the commissioner. Meanwhile, ACE handcuffed the contractor when he came out of the car. The MNA immediately rushed to the spot, snubbed the ACE officials and asked them to release Butt. After knowing about it, ACE Director Shamim Jehangir also reached the spot and directed his subordinates to arrest the contractor by any means. On this, the MNA got furious and roughed up the director and asked him to leave the place along with his subordinates. Eventually the ACE team had to return empty handed after receiving a call from central office. Hearing adjourned The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday adjourned hearing of a petition challenging construction of Benazir Bhutto monument in Rawalpindi or elsewhere with public exchequer till May 6. In his petition the lawyer had also requested the court to also remove names of politicians including Ms Bhutto from national assets like Islamabad International Airport, hospitals, government and semi-government departments and institutions. He said Benazir Bhutto was never recognised as undisputed leader of the country nor attained the status of national hero. He said Benazirs never followed ethical and democratic principles as she had admitted in her book Reconciliation that she struck a deal with former dictator Pervez Musharraf.