OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Lahore High Court Justice Mazahar Ali Akbar Naqvi on Monday took serious notice of two fictitious letters written to him alleging that he received Rs2.5 million for giving a favourable decision in a habeas corpus petition and the LHCs Writ Branch also got Rs500,000 to seek instant fixation of the case only before Justice Naqvi. Justice Naqvi has summoned the FIA Punjab zonal director and the regional managers of two telecommunication companies for Tuesday (today) in connection with the letters in question. Mohammad Yousaf Joeya through his counsel had filed the habeas corpus petition. He submitted that FIA Additional Director Munawar Iqbal Ranjha had illegally taken into custody his son along with his colleague, Zulfqar Ali Joeya and Iqbal Butt respectively, both are SDOs working in Gepco. Justice Naqvi had issued strict direction on November 11 against Munawar Ranjha, and ordered him to produce both SDOs on Nov 14. Meanwhile, Justice Naqvi was transferred to Rawalpindi Bench where he received two fictitious letters. As Justice Naqvi resumed hearings at principal seat of the LHC, he took up matter regarding the fabricated letters only because the habeas petition had been fixed before Justice Mazhar Iqbal Sidhu, another judge of LHC at principal seat. Mohammad Yousaf Joeya, his counsel advocate Chaudhary Rafique Jatthol, Munawar Ranjha and four others appeared before the court on Monday following the court orders. Six persons including Yousaf Joeya, father of SDO Zulfiqar, Afzal Butt, brother of SDO Iqbal, and their counsel, Advocate Chaudhry Muhammad Rafiq filed their affidavits. The additional director Munawar Iqbal Ranjha also sought permission of the court to submit the affidavit; however, he was directed to wait for courts order. The court was informed that two names were mentioned on the letter one Mazhar Iqbal, an employee of Gepco, and other was Muhammad Safdar, Wapda union secretary while two mobile numbers had also been written on those letters. Gepco chief Mehboob Alam also appeared before the court and stated that the name Mazhar Iqbal was not found in the employees list of the company. Justice Naqvi, however, summoned Safdar, the union secretary, and the Gepcos director legal Malik Siddique for Tuesday. Ranjha was also ordered to appear before the court. On the other hand, Justice Mazhar Iqbal Sidhu got Mr Ranjha arrested for playing tricks with the court on the same habeas corpus petition for recovery of Zulfiqar Ali and Muhammad Iqbal; however, released him later with direction to produce details of his assets before and after joining the government service. Advocate Chaudhry Muhammad Rafiq Jitthol, representing the petitioner, informed the court that two letters had been sent to LHC chief justice and high court bar association damaging the credibility of high court offices and Justice Naqvi. Justice Sidhu took strong note of the matter and asked Ranjhas counsel, Farooq Bismill whether such letter could be written without the help of an advocate. He also questioned the engagement of private counsel by Ranjha instead of any legal advisor of the FIA. Petitioners counsel told the court that the police concerned claimed that the two SDOs were in FIAs custody for their alleged involvement in electricity theft cases. But the agency had not produced them before any court of law. The judge ordered the arrest of the additional director and summoned the SHOs of two Gujranwala police stations where the cases were registered against the SDOs. After the arrival of the SHOs Afzal and Nasir, the judge asked them about the alleged detainee SDOs. They stated that wherever raids were conducted for the recovery of both officers, police was informed that they were in FIAs custody.