ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Supreme Court on Tuesday summoned Punjab Home Secretary, Inspector General Prisons and District Coordinator Officer Rawalpindi to appear before it on Nov 1 and explain as to why they illegally detained certain accused and then acquitted them. A three-member bench comprising CJ Iftikhar M Chaudhry, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday resumed hearing of a case related to the missing persons. During the course of hearing, the counsel for the petitioners apprised the court that the Superintendent of Adiala Jail handed over 11 persons to intelligence agencies and they were in police custody for the last three years. After hearing arguments, the CJ directed City Police Officer Rawalpindi Fakhar Sultan to file service record of the Jail Superintendent Saleemullah Gondal on next hearing. CJ said if they were criminals then why the Punjab Govt didnt lodge an application against them. He directed the Punjab Home Secretary, Inspector General Prisons and DCO to appear before the court and apprise the whole matter regarding the 11 missing persons. These accused were arrested on allegations of attack on former President Pervez Musharraf, possession of suicide jackets, GHQ Hamza case and attack on Kamra. The Anti-terrorist court had acquitted them from these charges but the DCO had issued their one-month detention orders against which they also got vacating orders from the HC.