ISLAMABAD - Justice Javed Iqbal hearing missing persons case on Monday summoned secretaries ministries of defence and interior in his chamber on Wednesday on a petition filed by Amna Masood for the recovery of her husband. Amna Masood Janjua wife of Masood Janjua and Chairperson Defence of Human Rights Pakistan has filed a petition wherein she claimed that her husband was still alive and was in Rawalpindi. In the last hearing, during the course of proceedings Additional Attorney General KK Agha informed a three-member bench that according to the spy agencies report, two missing persons namely Faisal Faraz and Masood Janjua had been killed by al-Qaeda, as they had given two laptops to al-Qaeda members but installed a chip in them. When the al-Qaeda operatives found out about the chip they killed Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz. In support of his argument, he also cited a local journalists column, which stated that Janjua had been murdered. In her petition, Amna Masood has rejected agencies report, claiming according to her sources her husband was alive and residing in one of the 'Safe Houses in Rawalpindi. She said that after years the government coming up with flimsy claims that her has been killed. She said instead of investigation the case now saying that her husband was killed al-Qaeda operative because he gave them two laptops in which chip was installed. She claimed: We have eye witnesses and my own source told me Masood is alive but not in good health in Rawalpindi area. During the briefing she started crying and thanked the SC for taking up missing persons case at highest level. She hoped that her husband would soon be recovered. The case was adjourned till Wednesday. Meanwhile, a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry rejected the bail application of Faisal Shahzads accomplice Shahid Hussain in planning bomb blast in New York Square and directed the trial court to start the proceeding of the case. The petitioners lawyer pleaded that intelligence agencies have picked up his client on the mid night of May 6 and registered FIR against him after four months. The court observed that the recoveries made from him are of serious nature. The counsel said that Shahid was friend of Faisal Shahzad, but was never involved in alleged crime. However, the court dismissed his application.