ISLAMABAD - Supreme Court has directed Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to provide a complete list of all those Pakistanis who either died or got injured in an accident of Samjhota Express in Paniput, India, on February 18, 2007, to a relative of a victim. These directions were given to the ministry after Mubashir Zahoor, brother of a victim, approached the court on Saturday and prayed for the recovery of his brother who had been missing since the day of the accident, some 33 months back. Mubashir, resident of Sargodha, told the court in written that his brother was travelling from Delhi to Lahore by the ill-fated train. Since the day of accident, I have been wandering from pillar to post to know the whereabouts of my brother who is neither listed among the dead nor among the injured. I doubt he is alive, Mubashir told. I have been visiting MFA since the date of accident to know real status of my brother but every time I was asked by the authorities to wait till they receive fresh details from India, Mubashir told TheNation when contacted. He said he even went to India for the purpose but to no avail. After that I moved SC to intervene into the matter, dejected Mubashir maintained. When contacted by this correspondent, SC Public Relations Officer Shahid Hussain Kamboyo confirmed this and said Mubashir had prayed for the recovery of his brother.