SWABI - The rift erupted between a civil judge and officials of the Revenue department at Chota Lahor tehsil has settled amicably by high-ranking officials, said the sources here on Friday. The sources said that the contention surfaced between Muhammad Siraj, a patwari in Anbar, when during a case proceeding the latter was told by the former that he should stay in court and prepare himself for the hearing in a case related to him. When asked his colleagues said that he was not ready due to his recent transfer and without preparation how could it was possible to appear in the court proceeding. When Deputy District Revenue Officer, Kabir Khan came to know about the incident he wanted to shield the patwari and that led to exchange of a few hot words between Mr Kabir and the civil judge. The sources said that the issue reached to such a point that the civil judge registered an FIR against Mr Kabir. This led for further deterioration of their relations because Mr Kabir was supported by Patwaris and tehsildars. Imam Hussain, District President of Patwari Association also backed Kabir and he demanded that the FIR registered against him should be withdrawn, said the sources. The sources said that it had been decided that the FIR against Mr Kabir would be withdrawn and the patwaris would give up the protest plan. It has been learnt that after the settlement Kabir told patwaris to end the strike but they were not happy over his call and said that when they gave so sacrifices for him why he failed to take them into confidence before the settlement, said an insider. Worker killed as wall collapses A worker was killed in Tordher when the wall of the under construction house collapsed here on Friday. The incident occurred in the main bazaar region when the workers were busy in the construction activities. Some children were also present when the wall collapsed but they survived. However, Aurang Zeb came under the debris and his dead body was extracted by his colleagues but before that he was died. The Law College, University of Peshawar (UoP) is organising a seminar on NRO judgment legal and political implications, today (Saturday) at 11:00am inside the campus here. The speakers for the seminar are Qazi Muhammad Anwar Advocate (President of Supreme Court Bar Association), Athar Minullah Advocate and Muhammad Attiq Shah (President Peshawar High Court Association), Professor Dr Rasheed Ahmad Khan, Department of International Relations and Political Sciences, University of Sargodha, Mohim Khan Afridi, Advocate General Secretary, Peoples Lawyers Form, NWFP. Professor Dr. Azmat Hayat Khan, vice-chancellor University of Peshawar will be the chief guest on this occasion.