LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Wednesday directed Inspector General of Police Punjab (IGP) to submit reply and comments on June 10 on petition filed by DSP Imran Babar challenging police inquiry being conducted against him. Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chau-hdry in his order passed a direction that police may carry on its inquiry against DSP but it should not be finalised or made public till decision of the petition. Petitioner Imran Babar submitted all FIRs registered by police against him were based on malafide intention and he has been trapped on the directions of IGP who has developed personal grudge against him. He said he committed no crime except that he spoke against the corruption of the police high-ups first time in the history of police service in Pakistan and he is being punished for that only. He submitted that the IGP ordered inquiry against him under PEEDA Act 2006 and Usama Mumtaz Raja AIG (admin CPO inquiry) was appointed inquiry officer against him who being prejudiced against him conducted inquiry unlawfully and with malafide intentions only to remove him from service. He said he was inducted in police service as inspector on 28/5/1995 and served honestly for 14 years and later in January 2010 was appointed DSP Rang Mahal circle where controversy started in the case of accused Anwar Zeb whom he refused to release from custody despite telephonic instructions from two SPs. He said his request for including accused Anwar Zeb and his subordinate in the inquiry was ignored. He stated that under PEEDA Act 2006 inquiry cannot be initiated against a person who is behind the bars but in his case inquiry officer Usama Mumtaz Raja personally visited Camp Jail to complete the inquiry in haste. He said he was compelled to make statements against his will when he was in judicial remand. The IGP was personally interested in removing him from service as he had dismissed him from service two times earlier also but courts of law every time reinstated him. He said that Sub-Inspector Khalid Mehmood and Assistant Sub-Inspector, both his subordinates, were not included in the inquiry despite his request as they had links with the accused Anwar Zeb and others in the dacoity case. He prayed that the police inquiry against him being unlawful may be set aside and IGPs order of his suspension also be set aside. Open court Inspector General of Police Punjab Tariq Saleem Dogar will hold open court on Friday (tomorrow) at 3:30 pm in Narowal; while he will hold open court on May 29 (Saturday) at 9:00 am to 1:00 pm in Bahawalpur. On the same day (May 29) he will also hold open court at 2:00 pm in Lodhran. He will hear the complaints of people regarding police department during the open courts and issue necessary orders on the spot to redress peoples grievances.