KARACHI - Syed Iqbal Kazmi Advocate Saturday submitted a constitutional petition in Sindh High Court (SHC) against not permitting the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) of Swat and other tribal areas to enter in Sindh. The hearing over the petition would be conducted before the division bench of SHC on 25 May. The plaintiff submitted in the petition that the people of Swat as well as the other parts of the county were the Pakistani nationals, so they could move anywhere in the country. He mentioned the article 15 of the constitution that says that the Pakistani nationals could not be stopped to go anywhere in the country. Federal Interior Secretary, Sindh Government through its Chief Secretary, Sindh Home Secretary, Inspector General of Sindh Police were made respondent. He claimed that the IDPs, including women and children, were intercepted and were not allowed to enter Sindh from Kashmor as per the directions issued by the authorities concerned. He said that it was the illegal act to entrap the IDPs to move anywhere in Sindh as well as other parts of the country. Suspension orders suspended The division bench of SHC comprising Chief Justice of (SHC) Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Karim Khan Agha on Saturday suspended the suspension order against the Taluka Nazim of Larkana and adjourned the hearing. The Taluka Nazim Qurbani Ali Abbasi was restored at his post and order was issued by the bench, after hearing the comments from both the sides over the constitutional petition moved by him. Regarding the issuance of suspension order to remove the Nazim by Sindh Government, the court argued that the Chief Minister of Sindh had no power to suspend the elected nazims from their post. Mentioning the article of Sindh Local Ordinance (SLO) 132/3, of 2001, the court maintained that the Chief Minister has power to suspend the nasims of their constituency for only ninety days. The plaintiff had already completed his tenure of suspension for ninety days. With issuing the order, the court adjourned the hearing for the next date to be fixed later. The plaintiff said in his petition that he was suspended for ninety days by the provincial government, while despite completing the tenure; he has not been restored. He further alleged that he was consciously being victimized for his permanent removal from the post. Accused sent on remand Judicial Magistrate (South), Zulfiqar Ali, ordered the police remand to the accused involved in killing of a person till 27 May. The accused Liaquat, a police constable, was produced before the court, which sent him for police remand for further investigation. According to the investigation officer, the accused shot dead a parson namely Arif on Friday within the limits of City Court Police Station due to old enmity. The suspected Liaqat deployed at Hassan Square, Expo Centre on guard duty. The police arrested the culprit when he tried to flee from the scene and registered FIR no 81 /2009 and 82/2009 against him and seized his licensed gun.