Islamabad - Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar has taken suo motu notice on a complaint regarding the death of a young boy in police custody. Taking notice on a complaint filed by Nisar Abbas, resident of Dhabi Balochan, Tehsil and District Jhang regarding the mysterious death of his son in police custody, the Chief Justice has directed the PPO Punjab to submit a report regarding the causes in the matter within a week. The complainant has alleged in his complaint that the dead body of his son, Qaisar Abbas was thrown down into the water when he was in police custody and rumor was disseminated that the accused has jumped into the water to escape from the custody of police. Qaisar Abbas was arrested by police on February 28 this year by Jhang police and was illegally detained for three hours before being tortured to death. The case of whole matter was registered against the delinquent police officials. Later on police registered cross FIR against the witnesses of the case on the charges that he had killed the son of a police official. Chief Justice Supreme Court Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar also took suo motu notice on a complaint against a police officer, SP Rana Salman for ruining the investigation of a case after receiving illegal gratification. The complaint, Muhammad Yaqoob Rajpoot, a resident of Dera Bolinwala Mozakolaki, District Shaikhupura, has accused the police officer of conducting a biased and unjust probe into the case FIR No. 845/2007 dated: 21-07-2007 after joining hands with the accused party. Rana Salman had conducted the challenged investigation as SSP Crime Investigation, Shaikhupura. Taking suo motu notice on the complaint in the public interest, Chief Justice of Pakistan has directed the Provincial Police Officer (PPO) Punjab to submit report in the matter within a week.