QUETTA: Recover all missing persons within one week and if some are in Ferrari Camp present those as well, ordered Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chauhdry to the concerned authorities during hearing of Balochistan unrest case in Quetta, SAMAA reported on Tuesday.
A Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chauhdry resumed hearing of Balochistan unrest case in Quetta Registry this day.
The Chief Justice said in his remarks during hearing that all missing persons should be recovered within one week. The FC Commander, Shahbaz, said in his reply to the court that the missing persons are present in Ferrari Camp.
Do not portray Ferrari Camp as a paranormal spot and if missing persons are there then too present them in the given time, replied the Chief Justice, saying despite clear orders the missing persons are not being present; we are came here to solve people’s problems not to hold a picnic party.
The Chief Justice ordered to present missing Mehran Baloch and summoned the DIG of FC, Farrogh Shehzad, to appear before court on Wednesday (tomorrow).
Gohar Ali- son of a missing person, Ali Hassan Mengal, from Khuzdar- said in his statement before the court that the FC officers called him at the camp and asked to review the case. The Chief Justice issued orders to produce Ali Hassan Mengal as well.
Frontier Corps’ counsel said in his argument before the court that there is no missing person in custody of the FC and it is being tried to hurt reputation of the department with such allegations. The Chief Justice said in his replying remarks that there are evidences present against the FC and it has been already told to the IG of FC to save reputation of his department.
“Authority of the state authority is being challenged here but why state is not fulfilling its responsibility,” said the Chief Justice to Home Secretary while talking over attacks on pilgrims buses in the province.
Senator Lashkari Raisani was also present in the court. He said on the occasion that the institutes are responsible of prevailing deteriorated condition in Balochistan. SAMAA