ISLAMABAD - Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday dismissed a review petition seeking evaluation of a previous court ruling regarding the years' long detention of the country's top nuclear scientist, Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan. Chief Justice IHC Justice Sardar Muhammad Aslam turned down the review plea filed by Barrister Jawaid Iqbal Jafree, the counsel and a close friend of Dr Khan who is under house arrest since 2004, while declaring the same as non-maintainable. Justice Aslam also observed that the review petition did not arise out of the court decisions passed on habeas corpus petitions as it was in the case of Dr A Q Khan. In the impugned court order of July 21, IHC had directed the authorities to relax the living conditions of Dr A Q Khan, allow him security if he moves from one place to another and permit his contacts to meet him after security clearance. The court had also allowed Dr Khan to undergo medical treatment by a doctor of his own choice and gave him permission to visit library and science foundation for research. The same court order had, however, barred country's top nuclear scientist from speaking on the issue of nuclear non-proliferation. Earlier, during the proceedings of review, Dr Khan's counsel, Barrister Jafree had requested the court to accept the review petition and order an end to the continuous detention of Dr Khan. He had also sought permission for personal appearance of Dr Khan before the court to plead against his detention. Deputy Attorney General Amjad Iqbal had, however, opposed these contentions and argued that no review against a court order over a habeas corpus petition was maintainable before the same court. He had pleaded that such orders could only be questioned in the apex court through an appeal, not a review petition. Agencies add: Nuclear Scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan said that he does not expect justice from courts of Pakistan and thus decided not to move country's higher courts in this regard. Expressing his disappointment over the IHC decision, Dr Qadeer told a private TV channel that he expects no justice from Pakistani courts and left his fate to Allah. Replying to a question, Qadeer utterly expressed his dissatisfaction over the policies of the present government and asserted that the government is pursuing Musharraf's policies. He lamented over the fact that incumbent leaders were biased and not interested in national interests of the country.