OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE- Judicial Activism Panel has filed an application in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Munir Ahmad for registration of a case against Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Pakistan Railways Ministry, Railways Secretary and other authorities, who caused inconvenience and nuisance for Railways pensioners on Oct, 25, 2011. Petitioner and head of Judicial Activism Panel Muhammad Azhar Saddique took stance in the application that Constitution of Pakistan 1973 provides basic rights to the citizens of Pakistan, and Article 5 of the Constitution grants permission to every citizen to remain loyal with the Constitution and raise voice for the citizens of the country also. He mentioned that Railways officers caused financial losses to the Railways owing to which the pensioners of the Department could not get their pension on due dates and due to inconvenience. He said that today (Wednesday) he read a news of a pensioners death in a daily and therefore, filing this application to take action against the responsible authorities which caused inconvenience to the pensioners who were seen on TV channels while roaming on city roads with hope of getting pensions. But Railways remained failed to give pension to the Railways pensioners. SHO ordered to recover woman: Additional District and Sessions Judge Saeed Ullah Mughal directed SHO Model Town to recover a detainee namely Sidra Bibi, the wife of a petitioner Amir Raheel and produce her before court on Oct 28, 2011. The husband of Sidra Bibi, a resident of Nawaz Sharif Colony Model Town had filed a habeas corpus petition in the court taking plea that he contracted marriage with Sidra on Oct 10, 2011 against the will of his wifes family and other relatives. The petitioner told the court that some days back, SHO along with other police officials took Sidra to Nawaz Sharif Park and handed over her to Guryya Bibi and other relatives. The court asked the SHO Model Town police to recover Sidra from detention of the respondent and produce her before court on Oct 28.