ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Friday confirmed the bail of the superintendent and deputy superintendent Adiala Jail in disappearance of 11 missing prisoners case. Superintendent Adiala Jail Saeedullah Gondal and Deputy Superintendent Khalid Bashir were granted interim bail on February 10 by the apex court. They were accused of handing over 11 prisoners to the intelligence agencies, soon after getting released from jail. A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, confirming the bail said the plaintiffs could file an appeal for the cancellation of bail if they find solid evidence against them in future. The accused are already facing a trial for the same case in the lower court. The two jail officials' bails were cancelled by the Lahore High Court on February 2, 2011, which was earlier granted by an additional district and session judge on December 3 against surety bonds of Rs100,000 each. The lower court had observed that the two officials were not found responsible for the disappearance of the 11 missing men. The two officials were arrested from outside the Supreme Court building on the orders of the Chief Justice of Pakistan on October 26 last year. The 11 missing persons included Dr Niaz Ahmed, Mazharul Haq, Shafiqur Rehman, Mohammad Aamir, Syed Abdul Majid, Abdul Basit, Syed Abdul Saboor, Shafique Ahmed, Saeed Arab, Gul Roze and Tehseenullah went missing from Adiala jail on May 28, 2010 after they were released. But later the intelligence agencies informed the Supreme Court that the prisoners were in their custody and their immediate family member could meet them.