KARACHI - Sindh High Court Thursday put Additional Advocate General Sindh on notice to satisfy court on detention of Rizwan Ahmed, co-accused acquitted in Sheraton bomb blast case, under Maintenance of Public Ordinance. If, detention was found frivolous & without any just case, exemplary and substantial cost will be imposed on respondent Sindh Home Department, IG Prisons Sindh & Superintendents Central Prison Karachi, ordered SHC division bench, comprising Justice Mushir Alam & Justice M Afzal Soomro. Petitioner Abdul Razzaq challenged detention of his son, Rizwan Ahmed, under MPO after SHC acquitted him on May 05, 2009 in case pertaining to bomb blast on Pakistan Navy van carrying French engineers outside Sheraton hotel in 2002. Thirteen people, including 11 French engineers & technicians, were killed in blast in May 2002. His counsel M Farooq stated detenue was acquitted by SHC which set aside his conviction awarded by Anti Terrorism Court Karachi. Additional AG Sindh Sarwar Khan along with Superintendent Central Prison Nusrat Mangrio & Assistant Superintendent M Ishaq produced detenue Rizwan Ahmed in compliance with court order. They admitted Rizwan was not released and merely custody was handed out on basis of order issued by Sindh Home Secretary for his 90 days detention US 3(1) West Pakistan Maintenance of Public Ordinance 1960. When confronted that detentue was already under detention in jail for seven years & what action was attributed to him, AAG stated such requirements would be satisfied on next date of hearing. SHC division bench after hearing arguments put AAG Sarwar Khan on notice that if detention was found frivolous, without any just case, then exemplary and substantial cost will be imposed on respondents. AAG Sindh Khan requested for time to place on record material. Court allowed time till June 25, 2009.