ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Friday showed its complete disappointment over poor performance of the Capital police and directed Islamabad police officials to produce missing student, Hassan Sharjeel, son of Shakeel Ahmad Turabi, before the court on 15th of this month. The relevant police official DIG Binyamin, who is investigating this matter, under the pretext of bad health condition did not appear before the court on Friday. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprised Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday and Justice Ghulam Rabbani was hearing this case. The apex court remarked that police officials should not make such type of excuses and directed DIG Binyamin to appear before the court executing the assigned task of recovery of Hassan otherwise report to his concerned authorities and leave his post. On behalf of DIG, SSP Tahir Alam apprised the court that his department had been working day and night for the recovery of boy but could not succeed to produce him so far. He said that in almost at all the newspapers advertisement has been published for this purpose. On which Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry remarked that such token efforts would not bear fruit and instructed the police officials in the presence of IG Islamabad Kaleem Imam that concrete efforts should be made in this regard. Shakeel Ahmad Turabi presented media reports before the court in which police officials confessed that his missing son was in the custody of a strong hand. The Chief Justice asked Turabi to present these news clippings on next date of hearing when missing DIG would appear. Desperate police official told the court that they would pray before everyone for the recovery of the missing student. The Chief Justice said that whole responsibility of this sensitive matter is on the shoulder of police department, as they cannot blame any agency now because in its written statement police claimed that Hassan was not in the custody of any state agency. But if he is in custody of an agency now it is responsibility of police to produce him at every cost, the Chief Justice stated. The case has been adjourned till 15 June.