KARACHI - Sindh High Court on Friday asked the petitioner to submit an application to serve notice to the former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf through another way. The plaintiff, Iqbal Hyder informed the division bench of SHC comprised Justice Mashir Alam and Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi that despite of issuing the notices at the residence of the former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf of Chak Shehzad from the court, but his house servants did not receive the courts notices, therefore the courts notice could not be received to the former President. The court after hearing his comments asked to file another application to serve him notice through other approach. On the occasion, the bench also directed another respondent, former Attorney General Malik Abdul Qayyum to submit the counter affidavits before the court within two weeks. The petitioner moved the constitution petition seeking establishing of cases against former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf under Article 6. In the petition, the plaintiff seeks a direction to the government to try General (r) Pervez Musharraf and his aides legal expert Sharifuddin Pirzada and former Attorney General Malik Muhammad Qayyum on charge of High Treason as they abated in abrogation and subversion of the Constitution of 1973, either by proclaiming or assisting in proclaiming Provisional Constitution Order (PCO 2 of 2007). While mentioning the order issued by the apex court bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, submitted that the former President had ignored the said order and appointed Justice (r) Abdul Hameed Dogar as new CJP, while all the sixty judges, who denied taking oath under PCO were sacked from their posts. The petitioner cited former president of Pakistan General (r) Pervez Musharraf and his aides Sharifuddin Pirzada and Justice (rtd) Malik Muhammad Qayyum federal law secretary, federal interior minister and Home Secretary Sindh as respondents in the petition. While tracing the judicial and constitutional history of relying on Article 6 of the Constitution, petitioner said that democratic government which came after martial law or dictatorship never tried the abrogates and their un-constitutional acts were given legal protection by act of parliament ( as transition towards democratic government). He submitted that all acts by the former President Pervez Musharraf on November 02, 2008, were illegal and thereafter all amendments are also illegal, so Musharraf and all those who supported him should be liable to be proceeded against under the High Treason and should be punished accordingly. The petitioner has pleaded to declare the notification No.F.12(4)/2007-A-11, dated 17th March 2009, issued by the President of Pakistan except the date of retirement of Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar, prevailing upon the Constitution of Pakistan as the same was issued on the demand of people of Pakistan.