LAHORE The Lahore High Court has notified postings and transfers of as many as 16 Superintendents appointment at the court of District and Sessions Judges in Punjab. The said measure has been adopted taking a serious view of the corruption complaints in the lower judiciary at the staff level and to curb that menace. They are Abdul Sattar from Bahawalpur to Sheikhpura, Safdar Ayub from Bahawalnagar to Gujranwala, Muhammad Ijaz from Gujranwala to Islamabad, Bashir Ahmad from Hafizabad to Khanewal, Zahid Shafi from Islamabad to Kasur, Nadeem Iqbal Ansari from Kasur to Bahawalnagar, Altaf Hussain from Khanewal to Hafizabad, Tariq Javed Shah from Khushab to Lodhran, Raja Muhammad Ilyas from Lahore to Multan, Shamsul Haq from Lodhran to Khushab, Muhammad Harris Shaheen from Multan to Lahore, Abdul Sattar Naeem from Nankana Sahib to Sahiwal, Muhammad Akram from Sahiwal to Nankana Sahib, Mukhtar Ahmad from Sheikhupura to Bahawalpur, Allah Ditta from Sialkot to Toba Tek Singh and Alam Khan from Toba Tek Singh to Sialkot. Physical remanded granted: An accountability court on Monday granted 14-day physical remand of eight officials of AG Office and Police Department to the custody of National Accountability Bureau for probe into the alleged fraudulent transactions of Rs 21.456 million. The court ordered the NAB authorities to produce the accused again on May 23. The NAB officials sought physical remand of the accused persons to grill (investigate) them further for the recovery of aforementioned embezzled amount, as court ordered NAB officials to produce constables namely Shaukat Ali, Muhammad Ali, Shoaib Sardar and Imran Shah, accounts clerk posted at the CCPO office Sajwal Ashraf, constable Gulfam Rasool of the Punjab Highway Patrol, PA to Deputy Director Project to Improve Financial Reporting and Auditing Muhammad Adnan, Keypunch Operator at AG Office Kashif Iqbal and a private person Mahmood Ahmed and Shoaib Sardar on May 23. As per NAB report, the accused allegedly made 35 transactions and fraudulently transferred the money under various heads from the Accountant-Generals office, only during the months of July and August 2010. The transactions were made using the codes of the CCPOs office and the drawing and disbursement officer of the Punjab Highway Patrols office. Meanwhile, a writ petition has been filed in the Lahore High Court seeking directions to the federal govt to apprise the nation of all underway projects to end power crisis in the country and that when these projects will start power generation. The petition was filed questioning the failure of govt functionaries to overcome power crisis and their tall claims to end electricity loadshedding soon. He also prayed that details of all international agreements on power production be submitted before the court especially the agreements with China that has offered Pakistan to provide domestic and commercial electricity connection respectively for Rs500 and Rs3000 per month fixed charges.