PESHAWAR - The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Tuesday disposed of its suo motu notice case in the alleged gang-rape case of Uzma Ayub after the DNA and polygraph tests of the accused persons remained inconclusive.A two-member bench comprising Chief Justice Dost Muhammad Khan and Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth in a suo motu notice case observed that after conducting DNA tests of the baby girl of rape victim and the accused which remained negative and then carried out polygraph test of the rape victim and accused persons and that too remained inconclusive. The bench also withdrew its suspension order of 23 police officials in Uzma Ayub rape case and her brother Alamzeb Khattak murder case as the court had suspended District Police Officer (DPO). However, the bench also observed that the Provincial Police Officer (PPO) and Secretary Home and Tribal Affairs in view of the inquiries could take action against the police officials for not performing their duties and for violation of the police discipline.The bench while disposing of the case, directed the trial court to decide the case on merit and on the available record. Uzma Ayub rape case and her brother Alamzeb murder case were under trial in the ATC in Peshawar.In the Alamzeb murder case, the bench directed DPO Karak to arrest the main culprit in the murder case and report to the PHC registrar. However, the bench observed that security to the rape victim and her family would remain the same till the trail court decision in the cases.The court also directed provincial government to provide job to the rape victim Uzma Ayub in a hospital and Class-VI job to her brother Zafran Ullah as they could live in a dignified way in the city. Besides, the court also withdrew the contempt of court against the ASI Hakeem Shah, a principal accused in the Uzma Ayub rape case, after the unconditional apology. The court warned of strict action if found involved in anti-judiciary speeches and violated police discipline in future. The Uzma Ayub case continue for about seven months, and after the DNA and polygraph tests of the accused persons remained inconclusive, the court disposed of its suo motu case.