ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted bail to Jamil Abbasi, a social worker and human rights activist, as Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) could not furnish concrete evidence before the apex court for his involvement in Inter-Risk Security Company scam. FIA arrested Jamil Abbasi some months ago for his alleged involvement in helping a private security company, Inter-Risk Private Limited, for getting prohibited bore arms licences from the Ministry of Interior. The Agency arrested Abbasi on the information of the owner of the company, Ali Jaffar Zaidi, whom FIA had taken into its custody during a raid at the companys office. The three-member bench of the Supreme Court comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry heard the Abbasis plea seeking bail. During the hearing, Director Legal FIA Azam Khan told the apex court that there was no solid proof found against the accused till yet, adding that he played the role of middleman in getting the prohibited bore licences from the concerned Ministry and endorsed the contracts of registration as well as purchase of prohibited bore weapons. On the answer of the Director Legal, the CJ inquired if the accused was the competent authority to endorse contracts. The Director answered that State Minister for Interior Affairs Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi was the competent authority and these 132 prohibited bore arms licences were issued to Inter-Risk after his permission. The CJ asked the Director Legal to expose the big guns involved in this case, adding the FIA first arrested the accused and then opened the book of law to see justification for his arrest. No one can be kept behind the bars on the basis that evidence against the accused can be got in future, Justice Ghulam Rabbani said. The CJ also remarked that FIA was a responsible law enforcement agency for the court but it failed to bring the real culprits to book in this case.