PESHAWAR - The Peshawar High Court on Wednesday issued notices to Defence Ministry, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Air Blue airline officials and strictly directed to submit the inquiry report of the fatal crash of Airblue plane near Margalla Hills in Islamabad in 2010. The bench chaired by Chief Justice Ijaz Afzal Khan and Justice Yahaya Khan Afridi while issuing notices sternly directed the respondents to submit the inquiry report by December 20, 2011. Earlier the state counsel appeared before the court on behalf of the federal government and requested the court to allow another four months time as the report has not been received but the chief justice turned down his request and said that four months are too much time. The court then adjourned the case till December 20, 2011 and strictly ordered the state counsel to make it sure that the inquiry report be submitted before the court. Earlier in a writ petition filed by former MNA of Pakistan Muslim League Marvi Memon on behalf of the family members of the deceased passengers. , she requested the court to direct the federal govet to set up a team of independent officials for the inquiry to find out the cause of the fatal accident of the Airblue plane and make it possible for grieved family members and public to access it. The petitioner also requested the court to issue directives for grounding all the flights operating domestically or internationally of Airblue. An Airblue flight number ED 202 had crashed into Margalla Hills on July 28, 2010, killing all the 152 passengers and crewmembers.