LAHORE - Justice Mian Najamuz Zaman of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday sought para wise comments from the Foreign Office, Islamabad in a petition challenging the act of Pakistan embassy in Greece for blacklisting over 200 Pakistanis residing over there. Earlier, the judge had issued notices to FO through its Director General Europe and Director to Europe (Greece) in Islamabad but they failed to submit their replies. The petition was filed by a lawyer, Altaf Rahim, along with two of the blacklisted Pakistan originated Greeks namely Mian Manzoor Hussain and Mian Manzoor. The petitioner said after July 7, 2005 London bomb blasts, 28 innocent Pakistanis were abducted by foreign agencies in Greece. After that the relatives and friends of missing Pakistanis contacted to Pakistan embassy in Athens but found no support from them. Later, President Pakistani Community Unity Greece Aslam Arain filed a petition in the Superior Court of Athens seeking recovery of missing Pakistanis. The SC took serious notice of the matter and got the missing Pakistani peoples recovered from the custody of different foreign agencies and two ministers of Greece government had to resign from their offices. Feeling frustrated, Greece government pressurised Pakistani ambassador in Athens to take action against the representatives of Pakistani Community Unity and also offered bribe to change its stance, the petitioner said. The petitioner-lawyer further stated that during the pendency of that petition in SC of Athens it was disclosed that there was an embezzlement by Pakistan embassy in the funds of Oct-8 earthquake victims in Pakistan. He contented that the Pakistani community living in Greece asked the then Pakistani ambassador in Athens Rashid Saleem to probe into the matter but he asked them to shut their mouth and forced to withdraw the cases against Greek government. The Petitioner alleged that Rashid instead of supporting his community started pressurising them to give statements in favour of Greek government but failed. Later, petitioner alleged, Rashid Saleem got a number of Pakistani peoples living in Greece involved in fake cases and red warrants by Interpol were also arranged. Resultantly, Aslam Arain, the elected representative of Pakistani community, was arrested. However, on the intervention of different human rights organization, Aslam was released, petitioner added. He further alleged that the then Pakistani ambassador Rashid Saleem and first secretary Manzoor Ahmad in Athens blacklisted about 279 Pakistanis without holding any inquiry or any cogent reason just to teach them lesson. These blacklisted Pakistanis were deported to Pakistan and arrested by FIA, however, the Lahore High Court had declared them innocent. The petitioner said despite being declared innocent by the court the authorities were not allowing these Pakistanis to go to Greece again to earn their livelihood. Petitioner Altaf Rahim advocate, who recently visited Greece with a delegation of Punjab Bar Council, prayed to the court to direct the Foreign Office Pakistan, Islamabad to issue Clearance Certificate to these Pakistanis enabling them to work abroad. He further sought directions for FIA and other law enforcing agencies to act strictly in accordance with law. He also requested the court to direct the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to send a high-powered commission in Greece for detailed inquiry of the matter.