LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Wednesday postponed for June 23 the hearing of a petition seeking permanent disqualification of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif, return of foreign assets owned by Pakistani politicians, and installation of 'lie-detecting machines in the country to expose falsehood of the politicians. The court deferred hearing on the request of Nawaz Sharifs counsel. The court had earlier directed the federal government to prepare a feasibility report and allocate special funds for the purchase of modern devices like 'lie-detecting machines in order to introduce modern technology for investigating and resolving the cases without delay. Barrister Javed Iqbal Jeffery moved the petition. He also made politicians and lawyers including former president Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari, Dr Babar Awan, Sardar Latif Khan Khosa, Wasim Sajjad and Sharif-ud-Din Pirzada party in his petition by accusing them of obtaining huge fees on the pretext of influencing judges. The petitioner said they all should be fully taxed and penalties be imposed for tax evasions. The petition also demands registration of FIRs against former president Pervez Musharraf and former prime minister Shaukat Aziz for looting national wealth. The petitioner also requested the court to direct federal board of revenue and all anti-corruption departments to employ 'lie-detection machines on all the respondents as they always tell lies to the nation even under oath on the Holy Quran. He sought directions to utilise the building of Punjab Governors House for establishment of a non-profit international university.