OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Lahore High Court chief justice on Monday granted the post-arrest bail to an accused of leaking the password of cellular companys easy-load transfer causing alleged Rs 47.75 million loss to the firm. Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry ordered to release accused Hasan Latif who was implicated in the embezzlement with his accomplice Ahmed Bilal Anwar. The judge, however, cancelled the interim bail of Anwar and ordered the FIA to arrest him on the spot. Hasan Latif in his bail application had submitted that a senior executive security officer of the company had lodged an FIR against them with the Federal Investigation Agency on December 21, 2010. He had said the complainant accused him of leaking password of its easy-load transfer. He cleared his position that he was implicated in the case following the statement of main accused Ahmed Bilal. He had also observed that he was an employee of a company which provides telecom services to the complainants company, maintaining that he was implicated in the case with malafide intention of some of his colleagues. The password was also in the knowledge of other employees who could leak it, he said and added that instead of involving the other employees into the case, the investigators arrested him after implicating him in a fake case. notices to judges: The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry has ordered the office for serving show cause notice on three additional district and sessions judges of Rawalpindi prima facie guilty of misconduct and showing inefficiency about the murder trial against three persons. The Chief Justice has also ordered transfer of the cases under trial to Sessions Judge Rawalpindi with a direction to proceed with the same on day to day hearing and conclude the trial expeditiously, said a statement issued by LHC registrar Monday. It said, upon instructions by Chief Justice Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, three inmates of Central Jail Adiala, Rawalpindi, facing murder trial before sessions court Rawalpindi, were produced before National Judicial Conference recently held at Islamabad. This production was the first of its kind showing agony and plight being suffered by under trial prisoners. On directions of CJP, the LHC chief justice perused record of the case and found grant of frequent adjournments by additional sessions judges which came about either for complainants or defence counsel non-appearance. The CJ observed that the additional sessions judges must have asserted court authority in affecting counsel attendance. warrants for doctors: A judicial magistrate on Monday issued non-bailable arrest warrants of two doctors for not appearing before the court, whose alleged negligence caused the killing of a girl. The court issued the warrants of Dr. Ghazanfar Ali, and Dr. Javaid Asghar as they were avoiding their appearance before the court. Before this the charges were framed on May 19, 2010 against Dr. Sanaullah, Zia-Ul-Hassan Bukhari and Mst. Fahmida Sanaullah. The applications for exemption of personal appearance of accused were already turned down, submitted by them before the Court of District & Session Judge Lahore, through order dated 5th of April, 2011, as it had also dismissed the Revision Petition against the above Order with the direction that for framing of charge personal appearance is necessary of the accused.