ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Monday summoned Inspector Generals Police of Islamabad and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in former attorney generals assassination case in the next date of hearing. A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Javed Iqbal also comprised Justice Shakirullah Jan and Justice Raja Fayyaz was hearing a suo moto case about murder of former attorney general Sardar Raza Khan. The former attorney general and a retired judge of the Peshawar High Court, Muhammad Sardar Khan, was shot dead in Sector G-11 of the Federal Capital on February 3, this year. During course of hearing, DIG, Islamabad Bani Ameen and SSP Tahir Alam Khan appeared before the bench. They informed the court that four accused have been arrested. However, the main accused Ruhullah is still at large. Tahir Alam said they need support of KPK police for arresting Sardar Raza Khans assassinators. Police submitted the report, but the court rejected it and observed that would it take months to arrest the ex-AGs killers. Additional Secretary Interior, Asif Nawaz informed the court that Ruhullah was in Afghanistan and they had issued his red warrant. In the last hearing the Additional Interior Secretary also informed the court that a team, headed by DSP had been formed, that would leave for Afghanistan soon. On Monday he also repeated his old stance. The court observed that the Interior Ministry had important role to play and it was its responsibility to bring the main accused back in Pakistan from abroad. The hearing was adjourned for two weeks.