LAHORE- Suspended DSP Imran Babar was not brought under any pressure at any stage by his superiors to release the dacoits and it could not be found that two Superintendents of Police (SPs), Umar Virk and Zeeshan Asghar had favoured the dacoits. This was stated in the judicial inquiry report submitted to Lahore High Court by District and Sessions Judge (D&SJ) Lahore. The said DSP had accused his superior police officers of subjecting him to unlawful pressure to release certain dacoits who had been arrested by him. LHC had ordered judicial inquiry while hearing a Constitutional petition. D&SJ Zawwar Ahmad Sheikh submitted the report in the Lahore High Court in which he found that DSP was not pressurised by Superintendents of Police (SPs), Umar Virk and Zeeshan Asghar. In his allegations, DSP Imran had said that he had received a telephone call on behalf of both the SPs who warned him to release the arrested dacoit namely Zaib if he (DSP) wanted to save his job. He submitted that he refused to obey such illegal orders for which he was suspended without any show cause notice. He said his suspension was illegal and baseless. The D&SJ also recorded statement of a trader, Chaudhry Naseem complainant in FIR No30, on whose complaint the dacoits were arrested by the DSP.