ISLAMABAD - In a sheer violation of the Supreme Courts orders, FIA Director General Tasheen Anwar Shah, even after the passage of three days, did not reverse the transfer orders of four investigation officers of the NICL scam before leaving for abroad, TheNation on Monday learnt reliably. The FIA DG left for London and Oman on Sunday night on an official visit till July 20, sources privy to the development informed, adding he went abroad through a planned move just to avoid the Supreme Court on next hearing of the case tomorrow (Wednesday). The three junior officers except Javed Hussain on Saturday wrote a letter to the FIA DG that they had not received cancellation orders of their transfer despite the Supreme Courts direction. They also wrote to the DG that they should be informed whether they would stand by the apex courts orders or wait for his directions on the issue. The Supreme Court on July 7 had directed the DG to reverse transfer orders of Deputy Director Javed Hussain, Additional Directors Mohammad Ahmed and Khalid Anees and Inspector Mohammad Sarwar, all FIA officials who were earlier part of the investigation team led by former FIA Additional Director General Zafar Ahmed Qureshi in the NICL scam. Tahseen Anwar had transferred all the officers to DI Khan, Turbat, Peshwar and Gawadar respectively from Lahore region on the same day (July 2) when Qureshi took the charge as an investigation officer after the Supreme Court suspended governments notification regarding his separation from investigations of the scam. The DG FIA attended the office for two days after the apex court orders of July 7 directing him to withdraw the transfer of the FIA officials, but he did not bother to comply with the court direction. An FIA official on the condition of anonymity informed this scribe that the DG on Sunday flew abroad to please his bosses in the interior ministry and to save his skin from the apex court on next hearing of the case, soon after he came into knowledge the correspondence of three officers. The DG had given the acting charge to Additional FIA DG Chaudhry Manzoor Hussain who would represent the FIA on July 13 before the apex court, the official said, adding Inam Ghani, Director Administration, who is considered quite close to Interior Minister Rehman Malik, was in fact working as de facto head of the investigation agency and looking into all the file work of FIA. In was also learnt that Chaudhry Mazoor Hussain - a very gentle soul as FIA officer - will take a plea before the court that the transfer orders of these officers could not be reversed due to the absence of DG as he was only looking after routine work of the agency. The sources in the ministry of interior further informed that the government was on the collision course with the apex court as it had decided neither to withdraw the transfer orders of the four FIA officers nor it would restore Zafar Qureshi, the chief investigation officer of the multibillion-scam. An official of the ministry of interior also informed that new Secretary Interior Khawaja Siddiq Akbar had been given one point agenda to keep Zafar Qureshi away from the investigations till his retirement and it be would a test case for him to continue as the secretary interior. He also said that former Secretary Interior Qamar Zaman Chaudhry had been removed only because he had refused to accept all verbal orders of Rehman Malik. Khawaja Saddiq Akbar on July 9 issued a second explanation notice to Zafar Qureshi on the charges of misconduct seeking causes from him for the interview that he gave to a news agency. Independent observers are seeing it as another the clear violation of Supreme Courts orders as the apex court had directed to stop disciplinary action initiated against him (Zafar Qureshi).