ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Supreme Court Monday rejected a report submitted by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for taking action against an official for letting a father and his two kids to flee the country despite having their names on Exit Control List (ECL). A two-member bench comprising Justice Rehmat Hussain Jafferi and Justice Tariq Parvez directed FIA Director Legal Azam Khan to take proper action against the official concerned for showing leniency. The bench also asked the petitioners counsel to share his clients contact numbers with FIA officials to ascertain his whereabouts. It also expressed astonishment how the same district granted a bail and sessions judge to Shahid Malik, a family friend, after it had been rejected. The bench took up the matter of possession of two minor girls, Zainab and Zuhaira, daughters of Umar Farooq and Khushbakht (Sofia), an actress turned model. The court expressed displeasure about fleeing of Farooq from the country and polices failure to trace out the children and observed that Farooq could not have leave the Karachi airport due to restrictions but succeeded in fleeing from the country by using the Islamabad airport. Counsel for Farooq apprised the bench that kids might be in Pakistan but he did not know their whereabouts. He said they were with their grandmother who had left for Norway due to death of a relative and also confirmed that Umar was also in Norway. The bench observed that both the kids might also be shifted to Norway. Police officials of Sindh and Punjab expressed their inability to trace out the children. Director Legal FIA told the court that cooperation of Interpol had been sought to trace out Umar and the two kids while a red notice had also been issued. The hearing has been adjourned till April 15. During previous hearings, Sofia had claimed that her kids might have been taken away by her husband to Norway or Dubai and was not returned to her.