LAHORE Provincial Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Rana Sanaullah Khan has said the Punjab government will move the superior court against the release of alleged terrorist of Manawan Police Training School by the Anti-Terrorist Court. Talking to the media outside the Punjab Assembly here on Sunday, he said Punjab government would move the superior court as soon as the Punjab Interior Ministry receives a copy of the decision of the ATC since the judge had given a verbal verdict in the case. Expressing his concern over the release of the alleged terrorist, the Minister said the alleged terrorist Hijratullah hailed from Afghanistan and he received militant training from the Southern Punjab. The arrest of a terrorist from the site of the crime is enough proof against the alleged terrorist, and it was not possible to broadcast the activities of terrorists live, he said, while adding that Hijratullah was arrested from the Manawan crime scene and sentenced to 10-year imprisonment for possessing illegal arms. Two found dead Two drug addicts died owing to hot weather in separate localities in the provincial metropolis on Sunday, police said. As per details, a 40-year-old drug addict, yet to be identified, was found dead near Tibbi City police station about 4:30 pm. A local of the area spotted the dead body and informed the police concerned. An Edhi ambulance reached the spot and moved the body to the city morgue for autopsy. Police investigators, however, said it seemed the deceased was a drug addict and died due to excessive use of drugs and hot weather. In another incident, a 26-year-old drug addict was found dead in the Sattukatla police limits. Edhi Ambulance shifted the body to morgue for autopsy. Police said that the deceased, yet to be identified, was a drug addict and died due to excessive use of drugs and hot weather.