AUTHORITIES on Saturday filed two petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the release from detention of Jamaatud Daawa chief Hafiz Saeed, reported a private TV channel. The two petitions were submitted by the Federal Govt and the Government of Punjab in the apex court. However, a source said the office of the apex courts registrar had not 'numbered the petitions - a requirement for the matter to be taken up by a bench. The 'numbering is expected to be done on Monday (tomorrow), the source said. The petitions said the government had 'sufficient evidence of the JuDs links with terrorist groups, and that Saeed needed to be detained in view of the security situation in the country, an official source said. The petitions also noted that the UN Security Council had declared the JuD a terror group and imposed restrictions on it, the source added.