LAHORE - District and Sessions Court on Wednesday expressed its displeasure over the police performance and its revengeful mind for involving one Mansha in 20 fake cases of theft because he had approached Lahore High Court against police for seeking justice. D&S Judge Sohail Nasir made these remarks on a petition filed by Muhammad Bilal, brother of Muhammad Mansha who is being used as a dartboard by the police. The petitioner contended that Gulsah Ravi Police had abducted his brother on May 27 along with his car and cash of Rs 100,000. Bilal informed the court he had moved a habeas corpus petition in the LHC for seeking recovery of his brother Mansha, on which the LHC had appointed a bailiff who recovered his brother from the illegal detention of Gulsha Ravi Police. The petitioner said Gulshan Ravi Sub-Inspectors Mehboob and Jahangir had brutally tortured his brother, on which the court had directed police high-ups to register cases against them. Bialal said the police officials therefore registered 22 fake cases against his brother Mansha in Gulshan Ravi, Muslim Town and Iqbal Police Stations for taking revenge of the habeas corpus petition which he (Bilal) had filed in the LHC against the cops. On this the D&S Judge sought record from the police regarding all the cases. After examining the record, the judge observed that 20 theft cases registered against Mansha were bogus. Sohail Nasir further ordered from now onwards the accused would not be handed over to any police station without the permission of the court and directed the jail authorities also not to hand over the accused Mansha to any police without the courts permission. District and Sessions Judge Sohail Nasir ordered that consecutive remands of Mansha would also be not granted by trial courts as the police was playing a trick with the accused for seeking his remand separately in each case.