LAHORE A division bench of the Supreme comprising Justice Jawwad S Khwaja and Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa here Thursday disposed of petition earlier file to seek registration of a murder case against former chief secretary Punjab Javed Mehmood. The petitioner was filed by Azam Ikram, son of retired colonel Muhammad Ikram, who was hit to death by the official vehicle of Chief Secretary at Sarwar Road. The petitioner submitted that his father Muhammad Ikram was knocked down by official vehicle driven by driver of former chief secretary who was also sitting in the car at the time of incident. He contended that after hitting his father the vehicle of the former CS escaped leaving his injured father on the spot. He said his father might have been saved had the CS and his driver taken him to the hospital for medical treatment. He grieved that the police did not register FIR against the former chief secretary but only against his driver Ghulam Murtaza. Therefore, directions may be issued for registration of a case against Javed Mehmood, the petitioner prayed. Last day, SHO Sarwar Road Police Station appeared before and submitted a report stating that challan had been presented before the trial court against driver Ghulam Murtaza. Judicial Magistrate Cantt will hear the matter on July 23, the report added. The bench disposed of the petitioner in view of the fact challan has been presented before for trial of the case. The bench at the same time, also ordered district and sessions judge Lahore to submit a report within one month as why the trial has been delayed. Earlier, the Lahore High Court had dismissed Azams petition. LHC refuses stay against promotion of medical officers: The Lahore High Court on Thursday declined to stay the promotion of medical officers on a petition filed by as many as 27 senior registrars who have challenged the promotion of medical officers with post graduate qualification to the post of assistant professors. The bench comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Muhammad Ameer Bhatti however, linked promotion of medical officers by the health department Punjab to the final decision on the petition, filed by Sr Registrar Dr Chishti and others impleading Pakistan Medical Association and health department Punjab as respondents. The petitioners contended that promotion to the post of Assistant professors was the right of senior registrars as they belong to teaching Cadre.