OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Lahore High Court on Tuesday adjourned to November 14 hearing of a petition filed by the State to seek cancellation of bail granted by a trial court to five accused persons who allegedly attacked Sri Lankan cricket team on March 2, 2009. Justic Mahmood Maqbool Bajwa while adjourning the case required the law-enforcement agencies to bring in the fifth accused, Obaidur Rehman, from a Bahwalapur Jail on the next date of hearing. The State had sought cancellation of the bail of accused on various grounds including that the trial court had erred about examining facts and circumstances of the matter. On the other hand, defence counsel Rana Muhammad Arif opposed the plea of the state contending that the Special Court, Anti-terrorism, Lahore has admitted the accused to bail on getting satisfaction that they had not nexus with the offence. He aid the court specially considered the fact that at the time of occurrence all the five accused persons were in police custody and one of them, Obaidur Rehman was still in agencies custody in Bahawalpur. The other four accused, namely Mohsin Rashid, Muhammad Ashfaq, Javed Anwar and Abdullah, were present in the court. It may be recalled that the Lankan team was on their way to Qaddafi Stadium to resume the Test match when they came under fire from the terrorists near the Liberty Roundabout. The police and the traffic wardens, performing their duty near the Liberty Market, became the terrorists target and seven of them lost their lives. The brave act of the cops, however, provided the bus driver carrying Sri Lankan team and opportunity to escape with the team members. Two Sri Lankan players were also injured in the incident. No assailant was captured on the spot and all four of them, managed to run away from the scene riding motorcycles. The terrorists, as the reports suggest, wanted to take the players hostage to press the government for accepting their demand for the release of their companions.