Following the orders of the Supreme Court, police on Tuesday recovered three remaining people out of seven who went missing from Quetta’s Sariab Road on March 1. The seven recovered persons are in the custody of the police and they will be presented before the apex court on April 12. While hearing the case of law and order situation in Balochistan on April 5, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry had ordered police to recover the seven ‘missing persons’. The chief justice had warned the Inspector General Police (IGP) and other prominent police officers that they would be suspended if the court’s orders were not followed. Police on Friday produced four of the seven ‘missing persons’ before the Supreme Court registry.