LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Tuesday issued another notice to the federal government regarding the families of Faheem and Faizan, the victims of US contractor Raymond Davis.
Both the families went missing after March 16, the day Davis was released in a double murder case. The court had given the federal and Punjab government 10 days to trace the families and report to the court.
Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah told the court in a written reply that the families were last seen visiting Rawalpindi along with their lawyer Irshad Kiyani. However, the Punjab government in its reply showed ignorance about the whereabouts of the family.
There was no reply from the federal government, on which the court issued it another notice and adjourned the case till April 19.
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