LAHORE - Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday reserved a verdict ordered on a writ petition challenging ban on journalists entry into anti-terrorism courts, NAB courts, special courts and tribunals to perform their duties. Earlier, the court had formed a committee to resolve the issue. Representatives of federal union of journalists, Punjab union of journalists, court reporters association, federal and Punjab government were included in the committee. Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed was hearing a petition filed by a journalist Wasim Farooq through a lawyer Muhammad Azhar Siddique. The petitioners counsel said ban on journalists entry in said courts was a sheer violation of articles 19 and 19-A of the constitution which explains that access to information is the fundamental right of every citizen. He said this act is tantamount to stifling of media. He prayed the court to issue directions to federal and provincial governments to lift ban on journalists entrance. LHC orders police to arrest rape accused: The Lahore High Court on Wednesday ordered Johar Town police to register a case against seven accused and arrest them also who had kidnapped and gang raped a girl for 22 days. Justice Saghir Qadri ordered police to get the girl medically examined and register the case against Mahi, Kurshid and others. In pursuance to court order police produced the 20-year-old girl in the court who stated that accused tortured and raped her. The court passed this order on the petition of Javed who through his counsel Shabbir Bukhari contended that her daughter was kidnapped on January 31. He approached Johar Town police but it refused to register the case against the alleged rapists. He obtained an order from sessions court but police again did not register case. He said two days ago, a taxi driver phoned him and told him that some people had taken a girl in his taxi to Haveli Lakha. Girl had secretly given her brothers phone number to taxi driver. On it, the court had ordered police to recover and produce the girl in the court. remand extended: An Anti-Terrorism Court on Wednesday extended judicial remand of terror suspects Sarfraz, Abid and Shabbir for 14 days, allegedly involved in attack on rescue 15 building in which 26 people were killed.