LAHORE The Lahore High Court of Thursday took a very serious notice of the many adjournments in the ongoing case seeking extradition of Pervez Musharraf for his trial under high treason. Showing his visible displeasure, Justice Sheikh Amzat Saeed required the Attorney General of Pakistan to appear on February 8 and argue on a petition or appoint his deputy for the purpose. On the last day, Deputy Attorney General Tanveer Hashimi had requested the court for further time to seek instructions. Advocate Aziz Ahmad Awan, for the petitioner Ilmuddin Ghazi, opposed his request, contending that On every hearing, the law officer does the same to delay proceedings of the case. On Thursday the court observed: On the next hearing, either the Attorney General should himself appear here or depute a law officer with full instructions to argue the case. Charging Pervez Musharraf on 15 different counts, the petitioner is praying for court directions to the Federal Government to register a high treason case against him and affect his extradition through the Interpol. The petitioner, inter alia, alleges that Musharraf dissolved an elected parliament without any cogent reasons just but save his own skin only, violated the Constitution by way of restricting judges of the Superior courts from performing their judicial duties following November 3, 2007 PCO and detained CJP Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry along with his children. case ordered against MPA: Additional District and Sessions Judge Abdul Qayyum Khan on Thursday ordered the police to record the statement of a petitioner and proceed as per law against PML-N MPA Saiful Malook Khokhar. The court passed these orders while disposing of a petition seeking registration of a case against an MPA for allegedly issuing a bogus cheque in deal of a private land.