LAHORE - A Supreme Court (SC) Bench here Thursday hinted at holding a high-level inquiry to fathom the truth behind the dispute of a six-kanal house at Model Town wherein police persons, senior lawyers and a judicial officer are in the picture. The Bench of Justice Shakirullah Jan and Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmad proceeding with a human rights plea moved by one advocate Sagheer Muhammad Khan said, the Court was waiting for the outcome of the Punjab governments inquiry into over a dozen cases registered against the applicant and his daughter, a senior civil judge, by advocate Tufail Walana and others and the counterblast cases Walana, etc and then would hold a high-level inquiry to reach the truth. Justice Raja Fayyaz said no one, no matter how high office one is holding, would be spared if found guilty in the inquiry. In pursuance of the court direction, Regional Police Office (RPO) Gujranwala Mushtaq Sukhera and other police persons relevant to the issue were present in addition to Additional Advocate General Muhammad Hanif Khatana. A woman Munazza Fatima groused before the court that her son, Asad Ali Shah, who was falsely implicated by the police along with advocate Sagheer in a dacoity case, has been behind the bars over the last six months. Weeping buckets before the court, she alleged Inspector Tanveer Butt was influencing on the release on her son after he was implicated in fabricated case registered on the complaint of a third person, Riazullah. She said the Inspector had told the SP about the innocence of her son and had promised for his release but now he had relegated on the same. Pleading for the innocent of RPO in the case in hand, Add AG said, this police officer was one of most honest officers of the department and this was admitted also by higher authorities. The court however remarked that a timely action by the officer might have made the picture quite clear. The Court winding up the days hearing referred the matter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan with a request to fix the matter before an available Bench in Islamabad on Monday next.