ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court was informed on Friday that Sindh police had approached ISI for collecting forensic evidence of the matter about the brutal killing of lawmaker Mir Bakhtiar Domki’s wife and daughter.Female family members of Balochistan MPA Mir Bukhtiar Domki along with driver were killed in Clifton Block-9, Karachi, on January 30. During the hearing of suo moto case, Sindh Inspector General Mushtaq Ahmed Shah appearing before the three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, submitted a report regarding the investigation of the case but the court declared it as unsatisfactory. The CJP said police did not even move in the case and its delay might vanish the evidences.The IG said the police were investigating different aspects of the matter and ISI and Islamabad Police were also approached for collecting forensic evidence. He said record of cell numbers was also being examined. He pleaded the bench to give some time for investigation.The court accepting IG’s plea directed him to arrest the culprits till February 24 and exempted him from personal appearance on the next date of hearing.Meanwhile, the court hearing the case regarding worsening law and order ­situation in Balochistan again rejected the IB report about the matter and said that there was nothing new in it. On the other hand, ISI and MI did not present their reports about the target killings in Balochistan as Attorney General for Pakistan was busy in memo commission. Later on, Attorney General Maulvi Anwarul Haq told the media reporters that both agencies would submit their report in AGP office on February 22. Hearing of the both matters was adjourned till February 24.