LAHORE - Lahore High Court Chief Justice on Friday disposed of a suo moto proceeding after the police informed the court that Section 419 of the PPC has been added in the FIR against Bilal Javed, accused of appearing in exam for his uncle, Haji Pervez Khan, who recently resigned from the National Assembly seat which he had won on PML-N ticket. The chief justice observed that after the insertion of Section 419 of the PPC the accused and his co-accused (Haji Pervez) can file bail before arrest before sessions court or before the magistrate concerned in case of their arrest. Taking suo moto notice, the chief justice had also issued show cause notice to Bilal as to why the bail granted to him by a magistrate should not be recalled. However, the CJ did not recall his bail observing that it would prejudice his right of obtaining bail from trial court according to the FIR. The CJ had remarked that from a perusal of the FIR it prima-facie appeared that the provisions of Section 419 of the PPC were attracted in this case which entails punishment up to seven years. Bilal Javed was found sitting in the paper of Pakistan Studies (intermediate) on April 29, 2009 in Gordon College Centre, Rawalpindi, impersonating the actual candidate and was handed over to the police. The FIR was recorded with the police station city Rawalpindi under section 3 (1) (ii) of the Punjab Universities and Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Malpractices (amendment) Ordinance 1999. Bilal was produced for remand on April 30 and his custody was ordered to be given to jail authorities till May 13. The accused moved an application for bail after arrest on May 30 and a special judicial Magistrate Ch Taufeeq issued notice to the state for the same day and allowed Bilal bail on the ground that the offence was bailable. It may be recalled that Haji Pervez was elected MNA on PML-N ticket from NA-55 Rawalpindi and on Wednesday, May 6, resigned from the National Assembly seat when his party inquiry committee found him guilty of cheating and asked him to quit from the upper house.