ISLAMABAD - Additional Sessions Judge, Monday, issued orders of registration of case against former President Pervez Musharraf on the charges of detaining the judges of the apex court. Additional Sessions Judge Islamabad Mohammad Akmal Khan issued direction to police to register an FIR against the former dictator for allegedly keeping judges of the superior judiciary under house arrest. The judge issued direction on a plea of Ch Mohammad Aslam Ghuman Advocate that was pending for over five months. The judge in his short order observed that the respondent was liable to be tried under various legal and criminal provisions. The court has already adjourned the case for twelve times in a span of five months and further adjournment over the issue was denied, he added. The judge also directed dispatching of copies of order to IG Police, SSP and Police Station Secretariat. The appellant had maintained that former head of state had illegally detained seven judges of superior judiciary including Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry after proclamation of emergency on November 3, 2007. He said that not only the judges but the members of their whole family and children also suffered from the criminal act. He requested the court to issue direction for initiation of criminal proceedings against Musharraf and those who implemented his illegal and unconstitutional act. The judge during the hearing observed that much time had been wasted, while the reply of the SHO was also not satisfactory, therefore, the court ordered to record statement of Aslam Ghumman and register case against Musharraf in the light of the statement.