ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday directed Chief Secretary Punjab to depute the Revenue Departments two honest officers of the secretary rank to evaluate the property of Haris Steel Mills. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, comprising Justice Jawad S Khawaja and Justice Sair Ali, heard the case. The court also directed Secretary Ministry of Interior and Director General (DG) FIA to depute one officer each with Deputy Attorney General to gather information about the owner of Haris Steel Mills Sheikh Afzal, his son Ali Afzal and the then President Bank of Punjab Hamesh Khan, so that a strategy could be devised for their extradition if Pakistan had any extradition agreement with the UK and the US. The court asked the accused, who are in the UK and the US, to appear before the court voluntarily otherwise action would be taken against them under the Constitution. The Chief Justice also asked the parties in the case to resolve the issue with mutual understanding otherwise the court would deliver justice. The court also summoned various property developers and builders of the country, including Karachi based Iqbal Naji, to evaluate the property of Haris Steel Mills. The Haris Steel Mills had allegedly taken Rs 9 billion loan from the Bank of Punjab during the previous government through unfair means and did not return the money. Khawaja Harris Advocate represented the Bank of Punjab while Talib Rizvi Advocate appeared on behalf of Hamesh Khan and Aziz Advocate represented the Haris Steel Mills.