KARACHI - Sindh High Court on Wednesday ordered to register an FIR against Senior Superintendent of Police SSP Aslam Chaudhry and his team to be allegedly involved in the extra judiciary killing of Rehman Baloch and his companions in a suspected encounter. The division bench of SHC comprising Chief Justice Sarmad Jalal Usmany and Justice Ahmed Ali Sheikh disposed of two identical constitution petitions moved by Ms Farzana Rehman and Ms Farah, seeking judicial inquiry of killing of Rehman Baloch, Aurangzaib Baba, Nazeer Baloch and Aqeel Ahmed Baloch in the suspected police inquiry with order to register case against the police officials involved in the encounter and conduct inquiry against them under Deputy Inspector General DIG Bashir Memon. The bench also ordered SHO Steel Town Police Station to appear before SHC Registrar and also asked both the petitioners to present there to launch an FIR against the police party. The court issued order after hearing the final arguments from both the sides. Mujeeb Peerzada and Syed Khalid Shah, while counselling on the behalf of the petitioners appeared before the court for the final arguments, Peerzada argued that the encounter was totally fake, while two of them Aurangzaib and Nazeer Baloch have never been charged in any offence. He added, Normally, whenever an encounter takes place, it is conducted an inquiry into the matter in which comments from both the sides are recorded; but in the above-declared case, no specific procedure was adopted. Peerzada further said that the same police team headed by SSP Aslam Chaudhry who also accused to kill Rasool Bukhsh Brohi, declaring him as Mashooq Brohi in July, 2006 in such suspected encounter, so it should be conducted an inquiry against him. The counsel pointed out that if the four deceased had heavy weapons, as the police claimed, they would have exterminated the police convey, but nothing such existed as none of the police personnel had ever received any bullet injury; that thing makes the encounter suspect. He said that one deceased Aurangzaib was president of a transports union, and had never been involved in any crime in any police record. On the occasion, Assistant Advocate General Adnan Karim represented the provincial government, and Shaukat Zubairi Advocate was counselling on the behalf of Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Karachi, refuse the allegations by arguing that earlier on the direction of the higher police ups an inquiry had been conducted into the encounter under three SSP level officers, who had confirmed encounter between police and Rehman s accomplices. They argued that SSP Aslam Khan Chaudhy was not present when the encounter took place; so how he could be involved in the inquiry process. One petitioner, Farrah told the court that she and her other family members were still receiving threats from the police officials to withdraw the petition. The court after hearing their final arguments issued the order. Widow of Abdul Rehman Baloch, Ms Farzana filed the petition, submitting that her husband along with his three deceased companions, in the connection with his business had gone to Turbet Balochistan in August. When they returned Karachi on August 9, 2009, police arrested them at Coastal Highway within the jurisdiction of Steel Town police station and arrested ultimately. She added that in the time of their arrest, Nazeer Baloch was talking to his wife on his mobile phone, where he told her that now they were in trouble and he asked her to pray from them as their lives were in danger because the police had blocked the road who was fully armed with weapons and suddenly the telephone contact was disconnected. Ms Amna, widow of Nazeer Ahmed Baloch also filed an affidavit, stating the real facts regarding her telephonic talk with her husband on August 9 between 5:00 to 05:30 pm. She was also deeply concerned after such break of phone link with her husband. She however tried frequently to have a contact, but filed. She added that she was shocked on 12, Oclock of night in the same day when she learnt through the electronic media about the killing of her husband with his companions in alleged encounter. She made respondent in the petition to Sindh home secretary, Inspector General Police of Sindh, Capital City Police Officer and Station House Officer of Steel Town Police station.