ISLAMABAD (Online)- Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court on Friday has sought a report regarding police torture on a lawyer at I-9 Sunday Bazaar. On Friday when the formal hearing was started by Chief Justice IHC Muhammad Bilal Khan the petitioners Inam Minhas advocate, victim of police torture Tanvir Akhtar, Deputy AG Raja Aleem Abbasi and SSP Islamabad Tahir Alam were present in the court. When the hearing started the Chief Justice asked the SSP why the police constable who had tortured Tanvir Akhtar was still on duty. Chief Justice said that he personally knows Tanvir Akhtar and he is recognised among prominent lawyers of the country and had never misused his legal status. Police subjected him (Tanvir) to torture in front of his wife and son. Instead of lodging a formal FIR against police torture the case was registered against Tanvir Akhtar, the CJ remarked. He asked the SSP to investigate the matter himself and inform the court about the real facts. SSP informed the Court that two police officials involved in the heinous act would be suspended and we would inform the court after full fledge inquiry into the incident. Chief Justice after hearing the arguments ordered the SSP to present a complete report into the incident and adjourned the hearing. Meanwhile, the Islamabad High Court here Friday dismissed a plea seeking judicial proceedings against its sitting senior judge Justice Mohammad Munir Peracha. The single bench of Chief Justice M Bilal Khan sustained the objections that were raised earlier by the Registrar office on the application of Shahid Orakzai and dismissed the plea. The Registrar office had taken the position that under Constitutional and legal provisions, conduct of the sitting judges of superior judiciary could not be called into question. On July 1, a division bench comprising Justice Mohammad Munir Peracha and Justice Mohammad Ramzan Chaudhry had dismissed petitioners plea seeking removal of Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The next day, the petitioner had filed a plea seeking judicial proceedings against the senior sitting Judge who headed the division bench.