ISLAMABAD - The intelligence agencies on Thursday assured the Supreme Court for making arrangements of the meeting between the heirs and 11 ex-inmates of Adiala Jail, now in their custody for interrogation in connection with terrorist attacks. Raja Mohammad Irshad appearing before the court on behalf of Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI) told that in response to apex court's order of January 05, 2011, the concerned authorities have instructed him to make statement before the court that "meeting of detainees with their father, mother, wife, daughter and sons could be arranged as and when was required by them." The court, however, at the request of Asad Ali Advocate Supreme Court ordered Raja Irshad to allow also the brothers and sisters of the prisoners to meet with them. Raja stated that they would be accommodated accordingly. It is relevant to mention here that 11 persons - who were acquitted due to lack of evidence for their involvement in attacks on Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf's plane, Kamra, Hamza Camps and General Headquarters (GHQ), and the allegation for having suicidal jackets - were picked up by the terrorists in disguise of agencies personnel outside the Adiala Jail. The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) had acquitted Syed Arab, Gulraiz, Hussainullah Jan and Abdul Rashid allegedly involved in Kamra suicide attacks on April 28. The same court also acquitted Dr Muhammad Niaz, Shafiqur Rehman, Abdul Majid, Mazharul Haq, Abdul Saboor, Muhammad Aamir and Abdul Basit on May 8 in Hamza Camp and GHQ attacks cases. Besides their release from the jail, DCO Imdadullah Bosal passed an order and subsequently on the expiry of that order another order was issued by the then Home Secretary Nadeem Hassan Asif. Both the orders were challenged in the LHC, Rawalpindi Bench, which had declared the orders unlawful and beyond jurisdiction. The LHC also issued an order for the registration of criminal cases against the Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent of Adiala Jail for not releasing the persons. A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Ch, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalil Ramday after the statement of Raja Irshad observed that since the law has taken its course therefore no action has been called for the time being and disposed of the case.