KARACHI - Widow of Abdul Rehman Baloch alias Rehman Dakait who shot dead in a shootout with the Police, on Thursday filed a constitution petition in the Sindh High Court (SHC) against what she called as the extra judicial killing her husband and sought a judicial inquiry into the incident. Petitioner Mst. Farzana, through her counsel Abdul Mujeeb Pirzada, submitted that her husband went to Turbat, Balochistan in connection with some business matters along with Aurangzaib Baloch, President of Transport Association, Nazeer Baloch, a business partner, and Aqeel Ahmed Baloch. They left Turbat for Karachi on August 9, 2009 at 12:00noon in a black Corolla car and when they reached near Zero point on the Coastal Highway, a police party arrested them. She stated that at the time of their arrest, Nazeer Baloch was talking to his wife on his cell-phone, where he told her that now they were in trouble and asked her to pray from them as their lives in danger because the duly armed police had blocked the road and telephone line disconnected at about 5:30pm. Amna, the widow of Nazeer Ahmed Baloch, has also filed an affidavit stating the facts regarding her telephonic conversation with her husband on August 9, between 5:00 to 5:30pm. She was also deeply concerned and tried her level best to locate their whereabouts but around 12, Oclock pm, same day when she learnt through the electronic media about police encounter of her husband and his three friends. The petitioner also submitted that they were kidnapped and kept somewhere else and later on August 10, at early hours of night, they were killed in a fake encounter at the place near Steel Town police station. She made respondent in the petition the Sindh home secretary, Inspector General Police, Capital City Police Officer and Station House Officer of Steel Town Police station. She pleaded the court to appoint an honourable judge to conduct enquiry of the false encounter, direct the SHO Steel Town police station to entertain the FIR of the petitioner and process the same according to law.