KARACHI - The Sindh High Court tribunal comprising of Justice Azahr Siddiqui will begin the judicial inquiry into the tragic incident of Tahir Plaza from Saturday (today). According to the sources, despite the lapse of last date set by the administrator, neither a person nor any organisation contacted the court to present any evidence or record their statements with a view to start proceeding for judicial investigation of the said incident. The tribunal will begin the judicial inquiry from today while all necessary measures have been taken in this regard. The government has also appointed officials for assisting the tribunal in legal matters regarding the case. The government has already run advertisements in newspapers to produce evidences before the court regarding the incident. But after nobody contacted the court till last date of 15th August, the investigation would be started on the basis of police reports. Meanwhile, talking to The Nation Mehmoodul Hassan, President Karachi Bar Association (KBA), expressed his dissatisfaction over the present judiciary and said that they would not appear before the courts because the incumbent judges had taken oath under PCO. He also said that till the independence of judiciary and reinstatement of the sacked judges, they would not trust the courts.      It is worth mentioning here that Altaf Abbasi Advocate, Advocate Moazam and five other persons were killed while several others injured in the incident that occurred on 9th April at Tahir Plaza. Besides, as many as 50 vehicles were set on fire during riots in the city.