KARACHI (PPI) - Additional District & Sessions Judge (South), Karachi, Sultan Muhammad Awan Saturday issued non-bailable warrants against six accused, including Ghaffar Zikri, in attempt to murder case. According to prosecution, Baghdadi police on spy information raided house at Abdul Bhittai Road, Karachi, on April 24, 2008 and arrested Abdul Sattar alias Sattar Pedda, said to be relative of Arshad Pappu. Two 9mm pistols, two hand grenades were also recovered from possession of accused, while his accomplices - Ghaffar Zikri, Jabbar Dada, Shehzad alias Gabbar, Wajid alias Kana, Moula Bux alias Dadal & Irshad - managed to flee. FIR 123/2008 US353, 324, 186, 34 PPC was lodged against them at PS Baghdadi, Karachi. ADJ Sultan Muhammad Awan issued non-bailable warrants against absconding accused for February 02, 2009. Judge also adjourned hearing on bail application of accused Abdul Sattar filed for same date. Scam case hearing adjourned till 27th District and Sessions Judge, South on Saturday adjourned hearing of a money scam against Managing Directors of Khanani and Kalia Money Exchange Company. The Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) Abdul Hafeez Lakho was poised to submit final arguments in the bail plea of the accused Javed Khanani, Haneed and Munaf Kalia but matter was adjourned due to paucity of time. The court also issued bailable warrants of arrest against five absconding accused for November 27, the next date of hearing. The accused were charged with the bank fraud, electronic crime and sending millions of rupees illegally. Amir Khan's appeal reffered for hearing A division bench of Sindh High Court comprising Justice Muhammad Athar Saeed & Justice Arshad Noor Khan Saturday referred for hearing appeal of Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM-Haqiqi) leader Amir Khan against his conviction in double murder case of Muttahida Qaumi Movement workers. Same court adjourned till January 31, 2009 hearing on his bail application, challenging Section 25 (8) of Anti-Terrorism Act 1997. According to prosecution, FIR was lodged at PS Landhi, Karachi, on July 2, 2003 alleging Amir Khan with others killed two Muttahida activists, Muhammad Naeem & Anam Uzair, during by-election of National Assembly Constituency NA-255, Karachi. His counsels Ilyas Khan & Muhammad Farooq submitted murder case against their client was politically motivated, while Section 25(8) ATA prohibited bail to a convict during pendency of his appeal in superior courts. Petitioner's appeal against conviction was pending in SHC for last four years. He had almost completed his sentence but appeal remained undecided, while he could not seek suspension of his sentence as Section 25 (8) of Anti-Terrorism Law barred him from doing so. They prayed to set aside petitioner's sentence during pendency of appeal. Deputy Attorney General Amir Raza Naqvi appeared for respondent federal government. Special Prosecutor Iqtidar A Hashmi submitted he could not attend hearing on Saturday & requested for regular hearing of two cases. SHC division bench after hearing arguments referred petitioner's appeal to another SHC division bench for regular hearing on January 28, 2009. It also adjourned hearing on bail application for January 31, 2009.