Islamabad - The capital police Tuesday submitted its report on an application seeking court directives for registration of second FIR against former president Pervez Musharraf and others for launching the Lal Masjid Operation.

Additional District and Sessions Judge Wajid Ali Khan conducted the hearing of the application and SHO Aabpara Police appeared before the court in this regard and submitted the report.

In his report, the SHO contended that an FIR had already been registered with the police in this matter and another FIR of the same matter could not be registered.

He adopted that first FIR was registered on the complaint of Ghazi Abdul Rashid and former president Pervez Musharraf was nominated as main accused in the FIR.

The SHO added that Shehbaz Qureshi, son of Jam Muhammad Qureshi, who is the plaintiff of the present application, had already recorded his statement in the first FIR. Therefore, he was of the view that there was no need of registration of second FIR against Musharraf in the same matter.

Malik Abdul Haq Advocate, the counsel for the petitioner, Jan Muhammad Qureshi, the father of Shehzad Qureshi, who was killed in Lal Masjid operation in July 2007, argued before the court that the report of SHO was based on mala fide intention.

He maintained that Haroon Rashid got registered first FIR against Musharraf for killing his father and grandmother while Shohada Foundation of Pakistan (SFP) had submitted the application for registration of second FIR for the murder of all the people who were killed in the operation.

He further maintained that ample and concrete evidences are provided against former prime minister Shaukat Aziz and the then federal ministers in the application submitted for registration of second FIR.

In this matter, Jan Muhammad Qureshi on behalf of SFP had moved the petition in the court under section 22-A through his counsel Malik Abdul Haq Advocate and made SHO Aabpara as respondent.

He contended that a large number of innocent students including his son were killed in the operation. In this connection, the plaintiff submitted an application with the PS Aabpara but the police did not register the case.

Therefore, he prayed to the court to direct the SHO for registration of second FIR in this matter against the people nominated in the application.

He requested in the application for registration of a case against those nominated under sections of murder, attempt to murder, blasphemy of Quran and Hadith and terrorism.

On Tuesday, the judge remarked that weather he could hear or not this application since he was already hearing a case against Musharraf.

The judge said that first the court would hear detailed arguments on this point on the next hearing and then, the court would decide the application about registration of second FIR of Lal Masjid operation.

After issuing the afore-mentioned directions, the court adjourned the hearing till October 14 for further proceedings in this matter.