LAHORE Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry has took suo motu notice on a regrettable incident wherein four persons were killed on the premises of Rawalpindi district courts and summoned Punjab advocate general and inspector general of police on Nov 18. Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhary on Monday also directed the Lahore high court human rights & vigilance cell director general, Kazim Ali Malik to conduct a detailed inquiry about the incident and submit his report in the court on the next date of hearing. The judge said that the inquiry must be focused on the mode and manner of the fateful incident and personnel who failed to discharge their obligation qua security of the under trial prisoners. He also asked to submit the proposals and suggestions in order to avoid the same incidents in court premises in future. The judge said that action should be taken against the responsible officials on judicial or administrative side. The CJ ordered the IGP to appear along with all relevant documents including material collected in connection with the incident by investigating officer. He also ordered the AGP to appear in order to assist the court. On the other hand, PBC has condemned the killing of four people at the out side of district court at Rawlpindi on Nov 12.