LAHORE - On the direction of Supreme Court of Pakistan Director General Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) Justice (r) Kazim Ali Malik has started judicial inquiry into the double murder case of Sialkot wherein two brothers were killed with batons by an angry mob over a petty dispute. As per sources the DG started inquiry on Sunday and recorded the statements of 12 eyewitnesses, he also visited the spot and prepared the map of the site where incident took place. Sources closed to the DG said that he examined the DPO and SP investigations concerned and also examined the doctors who conducted postmortem of the murdered brothers and inquired the officials of 1122 whose office is situated on the opposite side where the ill-fated brothers were killed. The DG would submit his report to the Supreme Court of Pakistan within seven days. The most shocking aspect of the case is that the two teenager brothers were killed by the mob in the presence of police officials. The reason behind the killings was only a minor cricket dispute which started at playground. Finally, the case has been registered against 30 people including 13 policemen, but this is not enough they deserve more for what they did, said a human right activist. He said that police officers responsible for the incident should also not be forgiven at any cost.