LAHORE - District and Sessions Judge (D&SJ) Lahore Zawwar Ahmad Sheikh on Friday concluded judicial inquiry into the case of DSP Imran Babar Jamil, now suspended, for levelling allegations against two Superintendents of Police (SPs) who allegedly pressurized him to release a robber. The suspended police officer said the arrested robber had connection with banned tribal groups who had been threatening him of dire consequences. The sessions judge will submit the judicial inquiry reports before the Lahore High Court in the next week. The D&SJ conducted judicial inquiry into the matter on the orders of the Lahore High Court. On Friday, the session judge recorded statements of complainant Chaudhry Naseem in FIR No 30 that started with allegations from DSP Imran Babar against his high-ups in police departments regarding favouring terrorists and robbers. In his statement Chaudhry Naseem supported the stance of DSP that he released the robbers on the directions of his high-ups, SP Umar Virk and SP Zeeshan Asghar. On Wednesday, the judge recorded the statements of two Superintendents of Police (SPs) Umar Virk and Zeeshan Asghar and suspended DSP Imran Babar Jamil. In their statements two SPs said DSP was making baseless allegations against them as well as the police department and he had no proof of the allegations. The DSP too could not produce any documented evidence in support of the allegation made by him. The Punjab Inspector General of Police had suspended the DSP for levelling serious allegations against the two SPs and police high-ups. In his statement DSP Imran said he had received a telephone call on behalf of SP City and CIA and the caller warned him to release the arrested robber namely Zaib if he (DSP) wanted to save his job. But I refused to obey such illegal order, in result I was suspended without any show cause notice, he added. He said his suspension was illegal and baseless.