KARACHI -Sindh High Court Justice Malik Mohammad Aqil on Thursday summoned the Secretary Pakistan Boxing Federation (PBF) Mohammad Akram Khan seeking explanation over the petition moved by PBF Chairman Zafar Zubairi till 5th August. The PBF Chairman moved a constitutional petition through his counsel Masood Khan Advocate stating that he is a constitutional chairman of the national boxing governing body, and according to the constitution, the chairman of the federation can remove any office bearer from his/her post. Thus he has removed Akram Khan from his position. But he is still holding that post which is unconstitutional. Moreover, the secretary claimed that he had removed Zafar Zuberi from the Chairmanship of PBF, while the secretary has no such powers. He made respondent to Pakistan Olympic Association and Secretary PBF Akram Khan. The petitioner asked the court to declare the position of secretary of PBF as illegal and make his removal possible from his post. He also asked to hand over him the authorities to run the federation affairs. Thus, the court has issued a notice to the PBF secretary to submit his comments regarding his position in the next hearing. Comments sought over detention Moreover, the division bench Sindh High Court on Thursday issued notice to the intelligence agencies as well as federal and provincial governments and IG Sindh Police to submit their comments on the petition moved regarding detention of two persons, in the next hearing to be held on 6th August. The bench comprising Justice Nadeem Azhar and Justice Arshad Siraj Memon conducted the hearing over the petition moved by Asad Ali. The counsels on behalf of Director General of Rangers (Sindh) and Special Investigation Unit (SIU) submitted their comments before the bench, in which they denied that neither the persons mentioned in the petition are in their custody nor their officials were involved in their arrest. The petitioner submitted that Safdar Ali and Habibullah were abducted on 9 July from different places, Habibullah from New Karachi area, while Safdar from Federal B Area. He maintained that so far, neither they were produced before any court nor their whereabouts were disclosed. The petitioner also showed his concern over the life threats to the detainees by the security agencies. The plaintiff pleaded to identify the whereabouts of both the persons and to produce them before the court if any crime charges were registered against them. The court after hearing the comments from their counsels summoned the other intelligence agencies seeking explanation about the missing persons in the next date. Direction to nullify FIR Meanwhile, in another case, the same bench disposed the petition moved by a newly married couple and directed to nullify the FIR registered against Imran. The couple Imran Bhutti and Salma moved to the high court stating that they got married on their own freewill, whereas the family of Salma was against their marriage. Their Nikah was registered on 13 July, while the family members of Salma registered the FIR of her kidnapping against Imran in Gizri police station, where she was residing. The family of Salma appeared before the court and told that the Nikah of Salma was already taken place on 14 July with another person, while the court has rejected the Nikah and asked the police to nullify the case registered against Imran.