KARACHI - The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday while adjourning the hearing on two different petitions till December 23, directed the department concerned to let the office of the private security company reopen. The SHC division bench comprised Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Aqeel Abassi issued the direction on two different constitutional petitions filed by the private security company against the cancellation of its licence and closer of office. The representatives of the City Police chief informed the court that following the bank robbery, the office of the security company was sealed off on the directions of the Sindh Police high-ups. They said that the neither the security company could operate nor it could possess the arms that the Sindh Home Department had taken into its custody until the licences of these arms were verified, while in this connection the department would conclude its inquiry process. The company submitted that the department concerned, despite meeting the eligibility criteria, had cancelled the licence of the company and sealed off its property though it had not commissioned any violation of the law. The company pleaded that it was not involved in the bank robbery but the law-enforcement agencies instead of arresting the culprits were taking action against the company. He made the Sindh Home Ministry, the Chief Secretary, the CCPO Karachi, the Ferozabad Police SHO and others as respondents and said that it had implemented all the rules and regulation governing this sector, but despite all the attempts the company was blacklisted without any logical reason. It is to noted that the Sindh Home Department sealed off the company office after the robbery incident, in which over 300 million have robbed from the local bank branch located on II Chundrighar Road, because main culprit of the incident Shahid was the employee of the company.