LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Friday issued notice to Punjab government on a petition filed by an advertisement company Midas seeking release of its bills of more than Rs58 million. The petitioner company through its counsel Shahid Maqbool Sheikh pleaded that previous government of Pervaiz Elahi through Director General Public Relations engaged it for telecasting advertisement of Punjab Education Sector Reforms Programme in electronic media. He said additional DGPR issued a work order to telecast approved film of advertisement along with the rate. The petitioner company completed the task as per the wishes and demand of the government. And after completion of work as per order, the company submitted bills for sum of Rs58 million for the payment of services it rendered as well payment made to electronic media. The company said it approached additional DGPR time and again but the matter was lingered on for unknown reasons. The company's counsel pointed out that due to non-payment of such a colossal amount its business has suffered serious set back. The petitioner prayed that directives should be issued to DGPR to release its outstanding amount of Rs58 million. LHC grants ten days remand of suspected militants A special court of anti-terrorism on Friday granted police ten days physical remand of three suspected terrorists for their identification parade who were arrested on Thursday on the charge of spying for Indian Intelligence Agency RAW. A team of investigations headed by DSP CIA Model Town Muhammad Khalid Abu Bakar arrested three terrorists, who were identified as Muhammad Fayyaz alias Phaja, Muhammad Akram alias Mian Ikram and Shahzad Bhatti, residents of villages located close to Wahga border. The police official submitted that the arrested terrorists during investigations confessed their involvement in smuggling across the border from Pakistan to India. They further confessed that during their visits to India they had managed in establishing their contacts with Indian Intelligence Agency RAW. The RAW officials were used to help the terrorist in crossing border from gate number 139. They confessed that they have connections with the officers of RAW including Kumar, Bakhshi, Chupra, Vijay, bomb expert Mehta, Chaudhry Perteeb, Sharma and driver Maan. The police submitted that the said terrorists have also planned terrorist activities at Jamia Masjid Bahawalpur, Mochi Gate Lahore, Chuburji Lahore, Jamia Masjid Millat Chowk Faisalabad, Mansehra, Murid Kay and Chichwatni, which the Lahore police have foiled after arresting them.