ISLAMABAD - Mystery of alleged escape of a 'missing person who was admitted in Pakistan Institute of Medical Science (PIMS) under the protective custody of police was solved on Saturday when the man willingly came back with police party from Lahore. Dr. Imran Munir who on the orders of the apex court was admitted in the PIMS under the protective custody of police had sneaked away the other day, over alleged pathetic behaviour of PIMS administration and police high-ups. Talking to TheNation, Dr Imran said that despite the clear directions of apex court, Islamabad Police did not provide him proper security and left him at the mercy of God thats why on 28th of this month he sneaked to Lahore. However, he said that he left Lahore after bringing the matter in Supreme Courts notice. He said that after his departure to Lahore, Islamabad police suspended five innocent police officials to overshadow their lapse as earlier they were reluctant in providing him with proper security. To a query, he said due to lethargic behaviour of police high-ups and PIMS administration he was compelled to do this. It may be recalled here that Imran Munir was lifted by the intelligence agencies in 2006 and remained missing for over 1 year. Finally in 2007, Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, took a suo moto action and then Imran was produced before the court. After examining his health conditions he was admitted in PIMS on the behalf of Supreme Court. Imran said, After examining my health condition and keeping in mind that my life was at risk Chief Justice handed over me on dated 21 August 2007 to then Inspector General of Islamabad police. Therefore, he was admitted in PIMS under the protective custody of police. He said, Initially there were 16 police officials including Anti Terrorist Squad (ATF) who were protecting my life but their number was decreased gradually and at the end they left me on the mercy of God. I spent some 10 days without any police official and finally I took decision to go to Lahore as my life was not secure here. Dr Imran said that Supreme Court had directed to authorities concerned in its ruling on dated 21 August 2007 saying, The case of Dr Imran is separate from the cases of other missing persons, therefore, he should be allowed to continue in the police custody in PIMS Hospital. It is be pointed out that on account of his ill health Dr Imran was directed to admit in hospital in the custody of police. Learned Attorney General had agreed for his detention in hospital on the last date of hearing till final hearing of case. So authorities are directed to keep him in hospital in police custody so that he may receive treatment over there and without order of this court his custody shell not be handed over to any one. Imran alleged that even after the clear directions of Supreme Court neither he was provided proper treatment nor security. He dispelled the impression that he was quite fit and his health was fully recovered. He said that it was conspiracy against him as Hospital administration wanted to vacate private ward at all cost. He said, my medical history file has been missing since 16 September 2009 from my ward, the administration is mentally torturing and harassing me in a bid to vacate the ward, he alleged. He said that he was suffering from heart illness adding that in June this year, DR Iqbal Saifullah, senior cardiologist advised him in writing that there was a urgent need for AVR surgery. (Copy of letter is available with TheNation) When I was in Lahore, the high-ups of Islamabad police contacted me on cell phone and appealed me to come back. Police assured me that they will provide me proper security and I will be admitted in same ward where I was being treated earlier, Dr Imran added. He said that he had not been provided the same ward where he was being treated before going to Lahore, adding, I am sitting outside the ward as a protest because the orders of Supreme Court had not been fulfilled in true letter and spirit. He appealed to the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take action against the hospital administration, which was creating hurdles in the implementation of court order.