Missing girl: SC seeks report from IG and trial court

Published: April 28, 2012
Fazeela Sarki was kidnapped in 2007 and is still missing.

Fazeela Sarki was kidnapped in 2007 and is still missing.

KARACHI: A division bench of the Supreme Court on Friday called for a progress report from Sindh Police chief and Anti Terrorism Court Jacobabad in respect of Fazeela Sarki case.

The bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain was hearing a review application filed by Abdul Razzak Sarki, father of Fazeela Sarki, who was allegedly kidnapped in 2007 and remains untraceable since then.

Rasheed A Razvi advocate appeared for the poor man seeking review of an order passed by another division bench which had disposed off a suo motu notice taken by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.

The counsel submitted that as a result of disposal of the suo motu proceedings, police and administration lost interest and the minor girl allegedly kidnapped by influential accused is still missing.

The girl was stated to be six and a half years old when she was kidnapped.

The bench after hearing the counsel and going through the case file summoned a report from Inspector General Police about the progress in the case and from ATC about the trial of absconding accused. The hearing was later put off till May 4.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 28th, 2012.

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