ISLAMABAD The National Assemblys Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges has questioned the authenticity of an inquiry report of the Home Secretary Punjab regarding the raid at the room of an MNA of MQM in the Federal Lodges, Lahore by the Punjab Police. The Committee has questioned the credibility of the sources - on the basis of them, Lahore Police raided the room of Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan - of the intelligence report while terming them ambiguous. Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan was residing in the Federal Lodges, Johar Town Lahore, along with Saif Yar Khan, Member, Rabita Committee of MQM, in connection with his party chief, Altaf Hussains address to the Thinkers Forum in Lahore when the DSP Johar Town conducted the raid along with cops. According to the inquiry report, which is exclusively available with TheNation, police raided the Federal Lodges on the basis of an intelligence report indicating presence of arms and ammunition in the building. The Committee has termed these sources vague while asking the Home Secretary Punjab as to why the name of the intelligence agency had not been clearly mentioned in the report. Nadeem Afzal Gondal, NA Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges Chairman had ordered an inquiry on the privilege motion of Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan moved against Arslan Khan, DSP and SHO, Johar Town, Lahore. The MNA, in his question of privilege motion, had also alleged that the SHO Johar Town did not entertain his complaint regarding the incident and remained reluctant to meet him when he visited the police station along with other MNAs, Haider Abbas Rizvi and Abdul Waseem, the next day. The Committee has expressed its dissatisfaction over the findings of the inquiry report and is likely to summon the Home Secretary Punjab as well as SP Sadar Lahore for giving orders for the raid, in its next meeting. The Committee has asked both either to vindicate their point of view or face a legal action for breaching the privilege of the Parliament and presenting half-truth before it.