ISLAMABAD The efficiency of the Capital Police can be judged through its conduct with the Supreme Court as not a single official of the department appeared before the apex court on Friday to inform it regarding the recovery of Hassan Sharjeel, 17, son of Editor-in-Chief SANA, Shakeel Ahmad Turabi. According to cause list, a suo moto case regarding illegal abduction of a student, Hassan, was fixed for hearing before a three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry but Islamabad Police officials avoiding the Court remained seated in the office of SP in the building of the Supreme Court. The father of the missing son appeared before the Court but due to non-availability of the concerned police officials, the Court adjourned the case till 14th July. Later, police officials led by Inspector General, Kaleem Imam, came to the Supreme Court and informed that considerable progress had been made in the case but the Court did not grant police time to explain its claimed progress, saying that case had been adjourned. The Court asked the IG to appear on the next hearing. Earlier, Capital Police had informed the court that a joint investigation team was investigating into the matter. IG Imam told the apex court that representatives of the military spy agencies were also part of the team. He also shared three possible options behind the missing of Hassan with the Court. One of the options was that intelligence agencies might be disappeared Hassan in connection with Parade Lane Mosque attack. When the police submitted military agencies letters in the Court regarding their ignorance, the Court had observed that it was the responsibility of the police to recover the missing student.