RAWALPINDI - Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No 1 Monday issued a show cause notice to Superintendent Central Jail Adiala for not producing an accused for his alleged role in planning terrorists attacks and hurling threats to destroy Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on third consecutive hearing. According to the details, the ATC Judge Chaudhry Habibur Rehman directed the Superintendent of the Jail to explain why the accused Zeeshan Ahmed had not been produced in the Court where he had to be formerly indicted for allegedly making threatening calls to the FIA to blow up their headquarters in Islamabad. The judge also wrote to Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi Bench that the order of the LHC about the conclusion of the trail of the accused in four weeks could not be possible as the jail authorities had not been producing Zeeshan in the Court and in his absence he could not be formally indicted in the case and no further proceedings could be made. The LHC had denied bail to the accused and directed the trial Court to conclude the trail in one month.    Zeeshan was arrested two months ago from Dhoke Khaba for making threatening calls to the agency and he was traced through the mobile phone hand-set he allegedly used to make calls. Meanwhile, the ATC-II Judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahot directed the New Town and R A Bazaar Police to produce the six men allegedly involve in two suicide attacks and submit their challan (charge sheets) against them in the Court on September 23. In the first case, the New Town Police did not produce six men Shafiqur Rehman a resident of Mardan, Muhammad Mazharul Haq alias, Ahmed alias Jani a resident of Islamabad, Niaz Ahmed alias, Dr Saqib alias Akhtar a resident of Rawalpindi, Syed Abdul Majid, Syed Abdul Saboor and Syed Abdul Basit all three residents of Lahore in the Court for their alleged involvement in two different suicide attacks in last November. New Town Police said the six men were arrested on July 1, 2008 on a tip off from the area behind the Rawalpindi Arts Council and they recovered three suicide vests from the custody of Niaz, Mazhar and Shafiq besides five different kinds of detonators and other explosive materials. The suspected terrorists were planning to carry out attacks on important personalities in the country, police claimed. A case no. 384 was registered under sections 4 and 5 EA, 120-B PPC and 7 ATA against the accused. The six men are also suspected for their alleged role in the suicide attack on November 24 last year when a suspected bomber rammed his explosive-laden van into a bus packed with security personnel at the gate of an intelligence establishment's compound, known as Hamza Camp (old Ojhri Camp), near Faizabad. Seventeen people were killed in the attack.   After the attack a case no 670 was registered under sections 302 (Murder), 324 (attempted murder), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of PPC, sections 4 and 5 of EA and Section 7 of ATA.