LAHORE Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Wednesday seeks reply from the federal government by June 30 on a plea moved by former president Muhammad Rafiq Tarar against former military President Pervez Musharraf. The court further directed the govt to produce complete presidential record relevant to payment of 'pay and pension from December 1, 2001 to September 8, 2009 which the petitioner claimed he is entitled to as constitutionally elected President. This order was passed after hearing arguments of petitioner counsel Malik Nawaz. On last hearing, Abid Hasan Minto had pleaded Mr Tarars case and the court had issued initial notices to federation and Attorney General of Pakistan for next date. On Wednesday, Minto could not appear and in his place Advocate Malik Nawaz made arguments. The petitioner primarily hit at the presidential office of Pervez Musharraf which he says, stands scrapped following the Supreme Court nullification of his PCO and State of Emergency he pronounced on October 14, 1999 after he toppled the Nawaz Sharif government. The petitioner contends, Pervez Musharraf removed him as president in June 2001 but formers holding of office as Chief Executive was invalidated by the present judiciary as such he stayed on as President till September 8, 2008 when Asif Ali Zardari took over the office as constitutionally elected president. The petitioner also requests the court to pass orders to remove all references made to Pervez Musharraf describing him as president of Pakistan in public or official record. Tarars counsel said he (petitioner) was entitled to receive salary from December 1, 2001 to September 8, 2009 with a raise of 85 per cent at par with the current salary payable to chief justice of Pakistan along with arrears of the same period which he planned to donate to welfare organisations. The counsel on behalf of Tarar submitted that he took oath of the presidents office on January 1, 1998 and at that time, salary payable to president was Rs 23,000 and entitled for pension of Rs 10,000. He submitted that this anomaly was against constitutional intents as the pension he draws was Rs 48,450 whereas pension of chief justice retired during 1991 to 1994 was Rs 476,325.