LAHORE -Justice Khalil Ahmad of the Lahore High Court on Friday directed the SHO Harbanspura to verify the record of LDA to determine the ownership of a plot situated at Journalist Housing Society. The judge hearing a suo moto proceeding against land grabbing in the Journalist Housing Society also summoned incharge investigation police Harbanspura for September 10, the next date of hearing.  Chief Justice Sayed Zahid Hussain had taken the suo moto notice against illegal occupations by some high officials in Journalist Housing Colony, Harbanspura. The suo motu notice was taken on a news item published in different national dailies pertaining to registration of an FIR by Lahore Press Club (LPC) authorities against a magistrate of Gujranwala namely Abdul Ghafoor and others on the charges of illegally occupying a plot of a journalist namely Faheem Gohar Butt. On Friday, Gohar appearing before the court submitted that being a member of Lahore Press Club he was allotted a plot in Journalist Housing Society. He said some land grabbers at the behest of the magistrate started illegal construction on his plot. At this the judge directed the SHO to report the court after verifying the record of LDA. Police will contact FIA, LHC told The Lahore High Court on Friday was told that the police would make contact with Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for the recovery of a student of Jamia Ashrafia who was allegedly in the custody of intelligence agencies.  A superintendent of police appearing before the court of Justice Hafiz Tariq Nasim stated that despite hectic efforts, the detenue could not be traced. However, he undertook to contact IB and FIA for the recovery of the detenue. Petitioner Inayat Ali submitted that his son, Ehsanullah, was missing since August 07 when he was on his way to home from Jamia Ashrafia Lahore. He said through some sources he came to know that federal agencies had picked his son. Petitioner said he approached the high ups of these agencies but to no avail.  He prayed that his son be recovered and produced before the court of law. Earlier the judge had directed the capital city police officer Lahore and inspector general police Punjab to get the boy recovered. But on Friday, the SP sought more time for the recovery of the boy. The judge while granting time till August 29 also directed the petitioner to cooperate with the police.