LAHORE - Cricketer Muhammad Asif on Wednesday filed a petition in the Lahore High Court against the order of an Additional District & Sessions Judge (AD&SJ), who on a plea of actress Veena Malik had directed police to proceed against Asif in accordance with the law. The actress also approached the LHC against the police for not registering a case under Section 489-F of the PPC in the light of orders issued by the AD&SJ. Muhammad Asif through his counsel submitted that the judge of Sessions Court issued orders to the police without applying his legal mind and requiring essential documents from respondent Veena Malik. The counsel pointed out that the actress did not provide the court any documentary evidence against his client even before the police and she also failed to produce any cogent evidence to establish her allegations. He requested the court to set aside the impugned order of the AD&SJ by declaring it null and void. On the other side, Veena through her counsel pleaded that the police were not complying with the court order and were reluctant to register a case against Asif. Her counsel sought directions for the police to act in accordance with the law and implement on the orders issued by the Sessions Court. Both the petitions are fixed for hearing on Thursday (today) before Justice Iftikhar Hussain Chaudhry.