LAHORE - A full bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday provided last opportunity to the federal government to argue in a petition against the detention of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JD) Chief Hafiz Saeed and other leader. On Thursday, Deputy Attorney General Naveed Inayat Malik appeared before the bench and sought adjournment on the plea saying that the Attorney General Pakistan (AGP) would argue to bring federal governments viewpoint before the court. The court adjourned the case till May 27 with observations that the federal government was using delaying tactics and the court would proceed in any case whether or not the AGP appeared. Counsel for the petitioners, AK Dogar advocate had already concluded his arguments. The bench is headed by Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry while Justice Hasnat Ahmad Khan and Justice Zubdatul Hussain are other members of the three-member full bench. The bench is hearing petition against detention of Hafiz Saeed and Col (r) Nazir Ahmad of the JD. The petitioners counsel argued that the UN had a biased policy towards Muslim countries and violated its own principles as in JD case. He said the UN in its resolutions did not sought detention of JD leaders even the ban on their travelling was also violative of Article 15 of the Constitution. Earlier, a Review Board of the LHC had released four leaders of JD who were house detained following UN resolutions. They were Mufti Abdulur Rehman, Ameer Hamza, Qazi Kashif and Qari Yaseen.