KARACHI  – The Sindh High Court on Thursday issued notices to the federal ministers for law and interior, Sindh law secretary, additional home secretary, IGP and SHO Shahra-e-Faisal police station on a petition seeking protection for human rights activist, Syed Mehmood Akhtar Naqvi, who had challenged dual nationality of Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik.A division bench, headed by Chief Justice Mushir Alam, adjourned hearing for a date in office. United Human Rights Commission of Pakistan approached SHC through its general secretary, Rana Faizul Hassan, impleading Federal Ministers for Law and Interior, Sindh Law Secretary, Additional Home Secretary, IGP Sindh and SHO PS Shahra-e-Faisal, as respondents.Rana Faizul Hassan submitted his group’s vice chairman, Syed Mehmood Akhtar Naqvi, had gone to Islamabad to seek protection from the Supreme Court of Pakistan, where he among others had filed petitions on various important issues including President Asif Ali Zardari’s immunity, dual nationality of Interior Minister Rehman Malik and disqualification of then Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani.He said on September 17, 2012 he was present in courtroom, where investigation officer of Karachi’s Shahra-e-Faisal police went to arrest him, but could not.Later, the police party arrested him following issuance of arrest warrant issued by a court of Karachi, where he was shifted from Islamabad on obtaining transitory remand from concerned court.Petitioner claimed the court had issued warrant for Naqvi in case regarding dispute with neighbors. He apprehended there were dangers to life of Mr. Naqvi in police custody.He prayed to order federal and provincial ministries to ensure no action against law was initiated against Mehmood Akhtar Naqvi and pass direction to concerned police officer to produce him in court.After preliminary hearing, SHC division bench issued notice to Federal Ministers for Law and Interior, Sindh Law Secretary, Additional Home Secretary, IGP Sindh and SHO PS Shahra-e-Faisal for a date in office.