ISLAMABAD - A three-judge bench of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar Monday rejected the report of Inspector General Police (IGP) Islamabad regarding the private jails and torture cells illegally set up by police officers in the Federal Capital. IGP, Islamabad Syed Qalb-e-Abbas had told the court that there were as many as 18 such illegal prison cells in the Capital and action has been taken against those who had set them up. The inquiry was ordered by apex court, which hearing the issue of illegal detention and torture cells in Islamabad, took a suo motu notice taken by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) in this regard. During the hearing of issues on yesterday, the court perused an inquiry reported compiled by IGP, Islamabad regarding the illegal prison and torture cells and expressed dissatisfaction over the findings. The court redirected IGP Islamabad to hold a detailed, fair and unbiased probe into matter and narrate true facts and findings in his report to be submitted before the court on February 6. Meanwhile, the apex court has also expressed resentment over the laxity of police in a case regarding the amputation of a limb of an old woman. When the apex court took up the case, it came to know that police was unable to complete the investigation despite being directed by CJP on January 4 when he took suo matter notice of the issue after coming to know that some culprits had amputated the arm of an old woman, Safia Bibi after her son had allegedly raped a girl related to the offenders. Assistant Advocate General (AAG), however, requested the court to allow more time to police for completing the probe and bringing the culprits to book. Allowing the request, the court adjourned the hearing while directing concerned medical authorities to ensure all required treatment for the aggrieved woman. Besides Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dgar, Justice Chuadhry Ejaz Yousaf and Justice Muhammad Farrukh Mahmud were also part of the bench that heard these cases.