Court appearance: Top army, police and civilian officials summoned

Sources say a number of habeas corpus petitions were filed by relatives of missing persons.

Our Correspondent May 16, 2012


The PHC has enlisted around 92 cases of missing persons to be heard today (Wednesday) where high-ranking officials of the armed forces, civil services and police along with officials from Fata have been summoned to appear before the court.

Sources within the PHC told The Express Tribune that there were a number of habeas corpus petitions filed by relatives of the missing persons and the chief justice has issued instructions to court staffers to enlist maximum number of habeas corpus petitions for today’s (Wednesday) cause list.

“This is something that would not only help rapidly dispose of the petitions but would also help the officials concerned to find ways to resolve the issue,” sources added.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 16th, 2012.


usman | 10 years ago | Reply These missing persons are innocent and have not toutured/ brutally murdered anyone. Tthese humble persons should be spared to avoid Bannu like incidents
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