OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - An Additional District and Sessions Judge on Wednesday directed SHO Islampura to register case against the SHO Nishtar Colony for deceiving court by submitting a forge report in a petition seeking direction to register case against culprit. Maqbool Ahmad, the petitioner had filed a petition in court of ADSJ Sana Khan Attique seeking direction for SHO Nishtar Colony to register case against the culprit Muhammad Nazim, who had allegedly ransacked his house earlier. He implored the court to register case against the culprit. He said, the culprit had also taken away valuables from his house along with cash. He said in his petition that after the incident, he moved to Nishtar Colony police station for the registration of a case against the culprit but the SHO of the concerned police station turned blind eye towards the matter and issued him threats of dire consequences. He prayed to the court to direct the SHO to register case against culprit, on which the Judge sought comments from the SHO till Nov 16. On Wednesday, a police official appeared before the court on behalf of SHO and submitted a report stating that the petitioner had not approached the said police station, on which the petitioners counsel told the court that his client handed over the application to SHO, which later was marked to SI M Faqeer, who had also visited petitioners house to probe the matter. The counsel told the court that SHO made an attempt to deceive the court by submitting forge report. Upon which the Judge directed SHO Islampura Police Station to register case against the SHO Nishtar Colony for submitting the false report before the court. The judge also directed CCPO to probe the matter whether the said respondent party (SHO) had entertained the matter of petitioner or not in reality. NOV 22 FIXED FOR ARGUMENTS ON COMPENSATION CHEQUE: Additional District and Sessions Judge on Wednesday fixed November 22 for arguments on a petition seeking direction to Deputy Commissioner (DC) Office and EDO Health to issue cheque amounting Rs 5,00,000 as compensation to the family of deceased, who died with dengue fever. Petitioner Naheed Robi had filed a petition before AD&S Judge Khizar Hayat Sials court taking plea that her husband Rana Javed had died with dengue but DCs Office was reluctant to issue cheque of Rs 5,00,000 as compensation as per announcement of CM Mian Shahbaz Sharif in this regard that compensation would be given to the dengue victims. She implored the court that cheques were being distributed, following the lists prepared by government hospitals and those who had died in private hospitals faced ignorance by authority concerned so far. She told the court that she submitted an application in DC Office, from where her application was dispatched to Civil Defence Office. She further said that officials of Civil Defence after investigating the matter, prepared a list consisting of only 30 people, and this list was again sent to DC Office and now the matter was pending in the DC Office as well. She prayed the court to direct DC Office to issue the cheque of compensation money to petitioner, on which the court fixed Nov 22 for seeking arguments on the matter from both sides.