LAHORE The FIA has neither taken any step against acquittal of Moonis Elahi, son of former Punjab chief minister Ch Pervaiz Elahi, nor government has moved to the higher court against the decision of District and Sessions Judge Lahore on October 21 despite passage of about 29 days, sources in FIA disclosed. According to law, decision of any court could be challenged within 30 days. A senior officer of FIA seeking anonymity said that the FIA was not in a mood to pursue the case any further as it was friendly prosecution against Moonis Elahi by the FIA. In fact the agency was all out to provide relief to the accused. Another FIA officer said that there was enough time to challenge the decision of Sessions Court, as per law the time limit for challenge starts after delivery of the decision copy to the petitioner. The Supreme Court on Monday asked whether the Federal Investigation Agency had taken any step following Moonis Elahis acquittal by the Session Court. The District and Sessions Judge Lahore, Mujahid Mustaqim, acquitted Moonis in the NICL scam who was accused of receiving Rs320 million in the NICL scam through operating bogus accounts. The Supreme Court had drawn attention of the AGP and asked why the matter, except contempt of the court in NICL case, should not be sent to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) because a huge amount was yet to be recovered. For that purpose, the SC may summon the NAB chairman, the CJP added. The SC had also noticed and asked why the government had not filed appeal against the acquittal of Moonis.