A vehicle transports anti-terrorism Judge Rana Nisar Ahmad as he leaves Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi February 12, 2011.—Reuters

RAWALPINDI: An Anti-Terrorist Court (ATC) judge who was hearing two high profile cases complained that his security had been withdrawn with out any reason, DawnNews reported.

The ATC special Judge Rana Nisar Ahmed in a letter to the Punjab Home Department said that his security was removed with giving any reasons.

Nisar complained, in the letter, that he had to go to Adiala Jail for hearing the Benazir Bhutto murder case and the Mumbai attack case without any security.

He said that the local police would be held responsible if anything happens to him.

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