LAHORE - A division bench of the Lahore High Court Tuesday admitted to regular hearing an appeal filed by the Punjab government challenging the relief of bail granted to former DPO Sialkot Waqar Ahmad Chohan in a case registered on the charges of patronising lynching of two brothers in Sialkot last month. The bench comprising Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif and Justice Nasir Saeed Sheikh issued notice to Waqar Chohan on the petition which seeks cancellation of his bail, earlier granted to him by the anti-terrorism court of Gujranwala on furnishing of surety bonds of Rs 100, 000. Waqar Chohan is among the five policemen arrested in connection with the occurrence of lynching two brothers in Sialkot. Five other accused are policemen Bashir Ahmed, Mohammad Yasin, Mohammad Akram, Nadir Hussain and Naseer Ahmed. The appellate counsel Eihtisham Qadir submitted the former DPO was not entitled to the concession of bail as his role had been dubbed as supervisor in the FIR. He said Chohan allowed the mob to take the dead bodies to the village and also let the angry mob to lynch the two teenage brothers Hafiz Moghees and Muneeb. He said even Waqar Chohan not called an ambulance to remove the bodies of the deceased brothers and allowed the mob desecrating the dead bodies. He said the offence falls under Section 21 of the Anti-terrorist Act and such an accused could not be granted the concession of bail. He requested the bail granted to Waqar Chohan by trial court be cancelled so that the quality of justice be maintained.