RAWALPINDI - A Division Bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi Tuesday disposed of a habeas corpus petition seeking recovery of three men who helped in the release of some Chinese engineers in Swat. The Division Bench also directed and petitioner to file the case before the Peshawar High Court after two of the three men were arrested by Charsada Police. The bench comprising Justice Abdul Shakoor Paracha and Justice Imtiaz Rasheed Siaaiqi disposed off the petition of Musa Khan and directed his lawyer Bahlol Khattak to file the petition before the PHC after Airport Police said they had no knowledge of any raid on the house of Khurram Jiang, a Chinese national and disappearance of three men, Muhammad Ayub, Aurangzeb and Sabz Ali. According to the details, Musa son of Ayub had maintained before the court that his father with two other men helped in the release of some Chinese engineers in Swat on the request of Jiang after government could not recovered the engineers. It was on February 4 that the men were present in the house of Jiang in the limits of Airport Police Station and were taken away by men of intelligence agencies with the help of local police. Muhammad Ayub and his driver Aurangzeb were produced in an anti-terrorism court in Peshawar by police saying they were supporters of Taliban and were preaching the message of Taliban. The court granted bail to the two men but the whereabouts of Sabz Ali were still unknown. SHO Airport Azam Butt however told the court on Tuesday that the police did not raid the house and had no information about Sabz Ali. The court observed that the two other men were produced in a court of law in Peshawar and the men were not taken into custody from Rawalpindi and this court had no jurisdiction in the case.