ISLAMABAD - Advisor to Prime Minister on Legal Affairs Sardar Latif Khosa has said that he will seek justice from the Supreme Court against the person who has levelled charges of massive corruption against him. One Syed Maghfoor had moved the apex court seeking action against former attorney general Khosa for taking bribe of Rs. 3 million from him in getting him acquitted in a case within a period of two months. The Supreme Court has initiated probe into the allegation and also issued notice to him to appear before the court and explain his position. Talking to TheNation here Saturday from Lahore, Khosa said he was going to file a petition against Maghfoor. He informed that Maghfoor had clubbed the complaint against him with his review petition already pending with the court. He further said that he would be filing petition against him (Maghfoor) under Article 184 for levelling false and unfounded allegations against him. He would also file a proper defamation and damages suit against the petitioner as well for providing false information against him to the media. Since, I assumed the new office, invisible hands have started vilification campaign against me, he said, adding the petition under review by the SC was one of the efforts of these elements. Besides, he will submit a comprehensive reply in response to the notice served on him by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on October 16, he added. Earlier, the Supreme Court in an unprecedented move issued notice to former AG directing him to appear before the court by 21st Oct. Petitioner, who was fined Rs 3.2 million and awarded five-year sentence by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court after having being found guilty, alleged that AG had taken Rs. 3 million from him on the condition that his case would be fixed in the court of Justice Javed Iqbal.