LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Thursday directed the secretary Punjab Assembly to disclose before court in writing all awaiting objections on disqualification reference against MPA Saba Sadiq as earlier as possible on Monday. Justice Umar Ata Bandial passed this order after inferring the conclusion that speaker Punjab Assembly might delay in sending the reference to chief election commissioner by putting objections one by one to the reference. The court observed that there is visible urgency in Article 63-A of the Constitution as the speaker must send reference to CEC within two days. Remarking that such matters should not come to courts, the judge said it was the duty of the court to judge whether resorting to objections in piecemeal manner causing delay in commencement of reference is derogatory of constitutional purpose and scheme of Article 63-A. Therefore, the law office is directed to take instruction from secretary PA as to whether in the document submitted by petitioner awaits further objections to be conveyed to petitioner on behalf of the speaker. If so, he would disclose the same in writing by Monday. The matter of PML-Q MPA Saba Sadiq's disqualification landed in the LHC after the speaker PA declined to send reference to CEC on some technical grounds. Leader of opposition in Punjab Assembly Ch Zaheer-ud-Din had filed the petition, seeking adherence to constitutional provisions that would lead to MPA's disqualification on account of defecting the party. Earlier Justice Umar Ata Bandial had disposed of the same petition while directing the petitioner to file reference again before the speaker after removing the objection for which the same was not forwarded to election commission. The judge had also directed the speaker Punjab Assembly to proceed on the petitioner's recommendations according to law. Now the petitioner has filed a fresh petition submitting that in the light of court's earlier directions, the reference against MPA Saba Sadiq was filed before the speaker but the same was forwarded to election commission. Enquiry officer summoned with record The Lahore High Court on Thursday summoned investigation officer with record in a corruption case against former SSP Chaudhry Shafqaat for February 18. The court issued this order on a petition of Shafqaat challenging inquiry against him initiated by the Anti-Corruption on a complaint of Arif Ameer Teepu. In the application Teepu said that Shafqaat had received Rs 1.3 million from him. Shafqaat in the petition submitted that the application in 2007 was sent to office and now inquiry has been initiated against him just to victimise him. He said on November 24, 2008 he was retired and on January 5, 2009, an FIR against him was lodged. He said the Anti-Corruption only could hold investigation against government employees but not against others. He said as he was retired and the Anti Corruption could not hold investigation against him. He added that the Punjab government was victimising him for arresting late Mian Sharif in 1994. He prayed directions for the Anti Corruption to stop investigation against him.