ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Wednesday took strong exception to the so-called reconciliation between influential sitting provincial minister Nisar Gul and the family of abducted Nabila, instructing the accused to appear before the apex court on Friday (tomorrow). A three-member bench of SC headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, Justice Khalil ur Rehman Ramday and Justice Ghulam Rabbani was hearing Nabilas case, who was abducted for six days by policemen on the direction of Nisar Gul, sitting minister in Khyber Pakhtunkwa. During the hearing, the court rejected the traditional Jirgas decision regarding reconciliation between accused Nisar Gul and family of abducted Nabila Arif. In his remarks Justice Khalil ur Rehman Ramday said that the court has rejected Jirgas decision because this crime is not compoundable. This offence is not compoundable, he further stressed. It was revealed during the hearing that after six days due to Supreme Court pressure Nabila Arif was produced by SP (Investigation) and meanwhile, he (Nisar Gul) succeeded getting bail. Chief Justice said that this case has been examined and nobody is above the law. Therefore, the court directed Nisar to appear before the court tomorrow (Friday). Justice Ramday said, Anyone who is sentenced by the court gets higher position in the government. It seems that everyone in the country is protecting the thieves and it was only the Supreme Court responsibility to nab thieves. CJ said, the courts are taking stern action against culprits while state machinery is extending relief to culprits, adding, only the court has been left to make enemies. Chief Justice also said that recovery was possible under the order of SC. Justice has been interfered by a sitting minister, he said. Javaid Iqbal, Chief Secretary NWFP submitted an interim report in the court, saying that action has been carried out against the accused. He said that notice has been issued to Magistrate through Chief Justice Peshawar High Court as to why he granted extraordinary bail to a sitting minister. The court ordered for taking immediate steps with regard to IG Prison due to whose alleged role police officials were sent at the home of Nabila for her abduction.