Missing persons case: PHC summons security agencies officials

PHC chief justice asks officials to personally appear before the court to respond to queries.

Web Desk January 22, 2013
PHC chief justice says strict actions will be taken against those who fail to appear. DESIGN: SIDRAH MOIZ KHAN/FILE

PESHAWAR: Giving a final warning to those involved in the missing persons case, Peshawar High Court Chief Justice Dost Muhammad Khan has summoned Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in-charge, Advocate General, IG Frontier, IG Police and Intelligence Bureau officials, Express News reported on Tuesday.

While hearing the case today, the chief justice asked the higher officials to personally appear before the court and respond to various queries.

The chief justice said that if the officials fail to do so, strict action will be taken against them.

Khan also questioned how can one compensate for the trouble the prisoners went through because of the detainment.

In the last hearing, the court had asked security officials to produce a categorised list of detained persons. Two lists had already been submitted to the court on December 18 and May 16 in 2012.


A J Khan | 10 years ago | Reply

Why not. When terrorists become darling, then action will be taken against those who try to hurt them.

tariq khan | 10 years ago | Reply genius book of world record - thousands of terrorism cases but not a single terrorist was punished bravo judiciary bravo our judiciary took up those cases who give them just media fame only
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