ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notices to Secretary Interior, Federal Investigation Agency Director General, FIA Lahore Director, Assistant Director (Legal) and Attorney General of Pakistan for not cooperating with ex-additional director general FIA Zafar Qureshi, who headed the team that was probing the NICL scam. The FIA DG was directed to explain why he had not complied with the court order and countersigned the investigation documents. Zafar Qureshi appearing before a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, informed that he had submitted three reports on 4, 22 and 29 September regarding the NICL financial scam. In the reports he pointed out that Secretary Interior Khawaja Siddique Akbar, FIA DG Tahseen Anwar Shah, FIA Director Lahore Waqar Haider and AD (Legal) Zulfiqar Ali, despite repeated requests, did not cooperate with him therefore he could not complete the investigation. The former ADG FIA stated when he sought the original report carrying details of foreign accounts of Moonis Elahi from the director general, he said the report had been lost. However, he said no action was taken against any official responsible for missing of the report. He said that FIA DG and Secretary Interior created hurdles during the investigation, which benefited the main accused Moonis Elahi. Azam Khan, FIA Director (Legal), said in the letter written to Interpol to freeze the accounts of Beenish Khan wife of Mohsin Habibullah Warraich, Mohsin Warraich and Moonis Elahi. But the UK Interpol replied that they could not restrain any funds on just one letter but for that they have to contact central authority. He said, We could not establish any nexus that the money in Moonis accounts was transferred from the banks in Pakistan. Azam further said they strictly told the FIA not to contact the UK Interpol directly but through field directorate. Zafar Qureshi said he had written to Interpol when the account of Mohsin, Beenish and Moonis were opened in the UK and when the money was transferred to their accounts. He said FIA Director Lahore Waqar Haidar and Additional Director (Legal) Zulfiqar Ali gave benefit to Moonis by de-freezing his two accounts having an amount of Rs 20 million on fake letters. He said the legal team of FIA pleaded the cases in the court half-heartedly. He said the team, which was working with Zafar Qureshi, was probing the case, adding still Rs 420 million are to be recovered, while they have seized properties worth Rs 410 million of the accused. Qureshi added that Moonis owed Rs 32 million while Mohsin Warraich owed Rs 10 million. The court was also informed that Moonis was separated from the regular trial and set free through another court. The Chief Justice addressing Azam Khan said if the government by bifurcation got release the main accused then also start the trial of other people involved in the case as they were languishing in the court. The court was informed that all the main accused, who have been declared proclaimed offenders in the case, are in London. The FIA Director (Legal) said that Habibullah Warraich along with her four daughters has gone to England from Karachi despite the fact that the LHC had put their names on the ECL. The CJP said why not the NICL cases be assigned to NAB as the FIA DG behaviour is very non-cooperative. Attorney General for Pakistan Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq informed the court he has no knowledge of the present situation because the reports were not provided to him. Babar Awan said that he didnt want to press the case of Moonis as the Special Banking Court had acquitted him on 21st September. Regarding the cases of Malik Muhammad Iqbal, ex-FIA DG, Qamar Zaman, ex-secretary interior and Khushnood Lashari, principal staff officer of PM secretariat, Babar said he has not received the notices issued to the secretaries and the ex-DG. The court directed the office to provide him the copies of the notices to the learned counsel. The hearing was adjourned till 2nd November.