ISLAMABAD Civil Judge Rai Liaqat Ali Kharral granted bail to Dr Fazeela, daughter of PPP MNA Naseem Chaudhry who is facing the charges of keeping her patient and two policemen in illegal detention, without even having the view of the concerned police official, which otherwise is important in such cases. According to police sources, Civil Judge, Rai Liaqat Ali Kharal granted the bail to Dr Fazeela against the surety bond of one lakh, without seeing the police record as he had not directed the Investigation officer for producing record before the court. Muhammad Shahbaz Sub Inspector (SI), who is investigating the case, said the court did not ask him to produce record before it and instead the judge granted bail to Fazeela on the basis of a judicial paper, in which it was stated that he (SI) was present in the court. I was not present there and I dont know how my name was placed on judicial paper, he added. It may be recalled here that Shalimar police on September 2 had recovered a female patient, Rizwana, from a private hospital situated in sector F/10-2, owned by Dr Fazeela and where Rizwana was allegedly kept in illegal detention. She was detained there over a dispute of bill with clinic administration. During her detention, she telephoned to rescue 15. Responding to her call, two police officials were rushed to the spot who were also detained by the clinic administration for some time. However, all the three detainees were released when another police team and Additional Deputy Commissioner (G) reached the clinic. Two watchmen of clinic were arrested from the scene and an FIR was registered against them and MNAs daughter on the complaint of Rizwana. Talking to TheNation, a senior police officer, wishing not to be named, said, Harmony among institutions is essential for bringing about improvement in society. Police is the main part of Criminal Justice System, but the role of police was ignored in this case as astonishingly the civil judge, without informing police, has granted bail to the main accused in this case, he added. It is noteworthy here that Naseem Chaudhry, the mother of accused, hails from Multan and she is the chairperson of National Assemblys Standing Committee on Law and Justice.