LAHORE - Justice Tariq Shamim of the Lahore High Court Wednesday expressed serious concern over an order of an accountability court that granted physical remand of Sibt-ul-Hassan Shah alias Double Shah's daughter to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) involved in a case of huge financial fraud. The judge directed NAB's counsel to appear on October 29 with a comprehensive reply in a petition challenging the physical remand of Iffat Gillani, daughter of Double Shah. The petition was filed by Kausar Bibi, wife of Double Shah, through Aftab Ahmad Bajwa advocate pleading that the physical remand of a woman can only be granted if she is involved in cases of dacoity or murder. The NAB's counsel could not give any satisfactory answer when the court asked him that under what law the accountability court granted physical remand of Iffat Gillani to the NAB. At this the judge directed the counsel to file comprehensive reply on next date of hearing. Meanwhile, the judge in a separate petition of Zia-ul-Hassan, a co-accused of Double Shah, ordered medical examination of the petitioner and sought report in 15 days. Petitioner's counsel said that his client is a patient of Hepatitis-A and needs immediate medical treatment.