ISLAMABAD Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday assured the Supreme Court for the implementation of the apex court orders regarding the early recovery of two minors. According to details, two kids of Tahira Jabeen, a resident of Lahore, were forcefully taken in the custody by her ex-husband, violating the orders of a family court, from a guardian court in Lahore. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday and Justice Ghulam Rabbani was hearing this suo moto case of human rights. The court expressed its displeasure over the performance of the SP Investigation in the case and stated that he violated the court orders. The Chief Justice asked Additional Advocate General Khadim Hussain Qaiser to approach the Punjab Chief Minister Punjab & IG and let the court know what action has to be taken against the said SP. Later, the Additional Advocate General Punjab informed the court regarding his contact with Advocate General Punjab, Khawaja Haris, who said that he discussed the matter with the CM Punjab who assured that all the courts orders would be implemented accordingly. Moreover, Additional Advocate General said that IG Punjab has made the SP Investigation, Khadim, OSD. In his remarks, Justice Khali-ur-Rehman Ramday while criticising the police performance in the case said that the smartly dressed police officials were enjoying the protocol only. Adjourning the case, the court ordered immediate recovery of the abducted minors and a compliance report in this regard should be submitted in the court before July 30.