OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Anti-terrorism Court Judge Tahir Pervez on Friday accepted bail applications of three accused allegedly involved in the attack on Sri Lankan Cricket team in Lahore, against the surety bonds of Rs 1,00,000 each. The court accepted the bail applications of three accused namely Javed Anwar, Ubaidullah and Ubaid-ur-Rehman and directed them to submit the surety bonds of Rs 1,00,000 each. The abovementioned accused were arrested from Shahdara. The police, during investigation, claimed that the accused had confessed their involvement on Sri Lankan Cricket team attack as well. Counsel of the accused took plea that the mastermind of the attack Malik Ishaq was released on bail by the superior court, and his clients were arrested and implicated in the attack case even after lapse of two years of the incident of attack on the Sri Lankan Team. The counsel further said that it was undue to keep his clients in prison and custody further as they have no criminal record as well. While Public Prosecutor Zulifqar Hussain took the stance that Tahir and Nawaz had identified the three accused during the identity parade of responsible elements. The judge after hearing the detailed arguments of both parties accepted bail applications of three accused and directed them to submit the surety bonds. SHO summoned: An Anti-terrorism Court on Friday summoned SHO Model Town police by July 23 for not complying with court orders in connection with case of attack on Ahmadis worship place in Model Town on May 28, 2010. Meanwhile, the court adjourned hearing of case by July 22 when Ubaidullah, the accused in abovementioned case, filed the bail application in the court. As more than dozens of people were killed in the attack and two volunteers of Ahmadis had captured two terrorists and handed them over to police, after which the police had also submit the challan against the involved elements. Summer vacations in LHC notified: The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhary has notified summer vacations in the Lahore High Court and its circuit benches from July 16 to September 11. During the vacations, as many as 20 judges would continue to hold sitting on the benches at the Principal Seat (Lahore), Multan, Rawalpindi and Bahawalpur. The timings of the court will be 9am to 1:30pm during the summer vacations. Meanwhile, Justice Muzhar Iqbal Sidhu of the Lahore High Court Friday dismissed the bail petition of SHO Satokatla Ghulam Dastigir in the case of forcibly marrying an already married woman and keeping her in illegal detention. After rejection of his bail, the petitioners counsel tried to intervene in his arrest to let the accused go away but the police resisted their attempt and took the accused into custody and led him away in their van. The petitioner is accused of claiming Umza, the spouse of Iqbal, as his wife when the document produced by him in this respect proved fake and also that related to the divorce of the lady from Iqbal. Iqbal had moved the Court for the recovery of his spouse from custody of the SHO. Meanwhile, Supreme Court Bar Association President Asma Jahangir has condemned the Bombay blasts in the strongest terms. She stated Friday that perpetrators of the blasts are in fact enemies of the humanity and they do not belong to any religion, cast or creed as they only know to kill the innocent people to achieve their nefarious designs. She expressed deep sorrow over the loss of innocent lives in the three blasts in Indian financial and showbiz hub and said that in order to secure lasting peace in the region everyone must share his bit rising above geographical and others limits. She said they should with one voice, express commitment to make the South Asia terror free and make efforts to achieve that goal.