LAHORE A Constitutional petition has been moved before the Lahore High Court to seek judicial inquiry through a Supreme Court judge, into the murder of the parents of Justice Javed Iqbal. The petitioner Muhammad Azhar Siddique advocate has moved the petition in the public interest enlisting interior ministry of federal and the provincial government, Federal Investigating Agency, and the police as respondents. The petitioner contends that in order of reach the real motive behind mysterious killing of the couple, namely Abdul Hameed, former DIG, Quetta, and Zarina Hameed, a judicial commission consisting of Supreme Court judge may be constituted. He said he made a request for the same to the federal and the provincial authorities but both failed to consider the same. He said through that application he had attributed the incident to the inefficiency and poor performance of the security agencies of the federal and the provincial government. The petitioner contended the judiciary, lawyers and the journalists are only vocal entities against the rampant corruption and the war on terrorism and want to expose their facts to the public as such they three are special targets of the forces which are indulged in corruption. The petitioner further aggrieved that tight security is only meant for the VVIPs and VIPs who, he says, pay a little amount of tax and get facilities in crores of rupees at the state expenses and give nothing to the masses rather giving them the gifts of terrorism, price hike and poverty. On the other hand, he said judges, journalists and lawyers were paying huge taxes but deprived of proper security and major facilities.