LAHORE - Nusrat Bibi, mother of 7-year orphan rape victim Tayyaba, on Saturday appealed to the Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court Sayed Zahid Hussain for speedy justice as inordinate delay is being caused in her case. She said this while talking to the reporters after appearing before additional and sessions Judge Ferozewala Qamar Ijaz, who simply like the previous hearing adjourned the case for a month, August 2. On last hearing on June 26, the judge fixed July 26 for hearing the case without any proceedings. On March 11, allegedly Zubair raped Tayyaba with abetment of Talha, Muzamil and Muzafar in Sidhanwali, a village of Ferozewala, leaving her in critical condition. Talking to the reporters, Nusrat said she brought her sick daughter, Tayyaba, to record her statement and had waited for her turn to appear before the court till 12pm with her daughter in her lapse. She said she reached the court at 8am without having breakfast. At a question she said she could not afford breakfast from the hotel. She said probably she could not take long stand against the accused for prolonged trial of the accused as they were pressuring her for withdrawal of the case. She said the accused family already had made her left her house situated in the village where the accused family was residing. Tayyaba's counsel Muhammad Irfan Mukhtar, advocate High Court who voluntarily representing Tayyaba, appreciated the chief justice for already taking suo motu notices in a case of torture on a prisoner and arrests of two sons of an advocate and said he also should issue instructions for speedy trial in this case. He said it was impossible for Nusrat to reach the court from her residence as she had no source of income at all. Statements of Nusrat and Doctor Nadia Rasheed, who conducted medico legal examination of Tayyaba, were already recorded in the court, which submitted that the minor was raped. The doctor said when the girl was taken to the hospital was in critical condition. Former IG police Azhar Hasan Nadeem suspended DSP Khadim Hussan and SHO Sayed Riaz Shah of Narang Mandi police station for defending the main accused Zubair and not nominating him in the FIR. An FIR against the DSP and the SHO was also registered under Section 201 of Pakistan Penal Code and Section 155 of the Police Order 2002 on March 16. Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shehbaz Sharif gave Rs 50000 to her for treatment of her daughter but Muhammad Shafiq and Jamshed Iqbal, who were eye witnesses in the case, had taken more than Rs 35000 from him and also had given statements against her by giving affidavits in the court, Nusrat said.