KARACHI - The division bench of Sindh High Court (SHC) comprising Justice Munaib Ahmed and Justice Karim Khan Agha on Wednesday confirmed the bail of the former Federal Minister Liaquat Jatoi on his bail application. The former minister along with other nineteen people was charged in two different cases for alleged involvement in ransack and violent activities in Dadu district. Earlier, the former Minister was granted interim bail against a solvent surety of Rs 50,000 by the court over his bail plea, while the SHC bench has confirmed his bail. KWSB chief summoned On the other side, another division bench of high court of Sindh comprising of Justice Gulzar Ahmed and Justice Malik Mohammad Aqil repeated the notice to MD Karachi Water and Sewerage Board till 11 August. Despite issuing notice to the Managing Director of the said department in the last hearing from the court seeking explanation over the petition moved by Islam Hussain for supplying unhygienic water in the city, he did not appear before the bench. His deputy DMD has appeared before the court to submit the explanation over behalf of the MD, but the court again summoned MD to submit his comments in the next hearing. The plaintiff submitted that despite paying tax to the said department, the citizens are being supplied with unhygienic water. He made respondent to Karachi Water and Sewerage Board as well as the other governments institutions in his petition. Court seeks record in land grabbing case A division bench of SHC comprised of Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Safdar Ali Bhutto asked the plaintiff to mention further information in the petition pertaining land grabbing petition and adjourned the hearing for the next date to be held later. The bench told the plaintiff, Syed Iqbal Kazmi, to provide further details and relevant records to identify the land, which the land mafia had grabbed unscrupulously. Kazmi requested the court to issue direction to the concern officials to produce the records of lands before the court. He also mentioned the statement of the Revenue Minister in which he stated that around 35,000 acres of lands have been grabbed in the metropolis by different land mafias. In the reply, the court told him that it could not depend on only news published in newspapers; accurate data should be mentioned in the petition. He made respondents to Sindh Government through its chief secretary, Secretary Land Utilisation Board of Revenue, City District Government Karachi (CDGK), Karachi Development Authority (KDA), Karachi Port Trust (KPT), Federal Ministry of Port and Shipping, Pakistan Railway, Director General of Katchi Abbadi Department, Registrar Co-operative Society Government of Sindh, Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Malir Development Authority (MDA), Awami Nation Party (ANP) Sindh chapter, Rabita Committee of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). Shifting of prisoners to Karachi ordered A division bench of Justice Athar Saeed and Justice Arshad Siraj Memon directed the authorities concerned to shift two prisoners from Badin Prison to Karachi Prison by granting their application. The prisoners hail from Karachi, who were sentenced for life imprisonment from the trial court after proving their involvement for drug trafficking, were shifted to Badin for their alleged involvement in for making troubles for other prisoners in the Karachi Prison. They were shifted to Badin prison on 16 April 2009, after making troubles in the prisons by violence. While the court also warned the prisoners to not conduct the same attempt in the future.