LAHORE - The Lahore High Court chief justice on Monday allowed two weeks more time to DPO Gujrat to trace the whereabouts of an abducted girl of Gujrat who is allegedly missing for the last six months. The chief justice was conducting suo moto proceedings on an application of Irshad Bibi who had complained about non-recovery of her 14-year-old daughter Humaira Javed kidnapped on 10:10:2009. SSP Investigations Shahzad Haider submitted a report in the court stating it appeared the girl went with some persons with her free will and consent, however, police will trace her soon and produce her before the court. Police two weeks time to get details of the abductee's phone calls and the cell number through which she talked to her parents twice or thrice, the SSP said. On this, the chief justice granted time to the DPO Gujrat who was present in the court along with police officers of Gujranwala. Further proceedings in the case will start on May 10. On the last date of hearing, the CJ had ordered the regional police officer (RPO) Gujranwala to hand over the inquiry of girl's abduction to the SP Investigations. Earlier, police had told the court the alleged abducted girl had contracted marriage against the will of her parents and was living with her husband at some unknown place. Irshad Bibi submitted her daughter was abducted on Oct 10, 2009, and an FIR under section 365-B PPC was registered at police station Kukrali, Gujrat, on 17:11:2009 but still she had not been recovered. She alleged the accused being influential persons were trying to pressurise her for a compromise. For this the accused party subjected the applicant and her family to torture on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha. On this FIR under sections 354/452/148/149 PPC was registered against them at the same police station. The applicant said police, instead of recovering her daughter, were pressurising her to strike a compromise with the accused persons who were influential people.