ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Wednesday referred the cases of Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz to Judicial Inquiry Commission on missing persons, as there was a contradiction in the prosecutors and witnesses statements. Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz had disappeared on July 30, 2005 and since then their families have not seen them. According to Amna Masood, Chairperson Defence of Human Right of Pakistan, her husband was in the custody of ISI. A three-member bench of the apex court comprising Justice Mian Shakirullah Jan, Justice Jawwad S Khawaja and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain was hearing the cases of missing persons. Justice Shakirullah said that from today they would take up six chronic cases including Attiq-ur-Rehman, Bangalzai, Dr. Abdi Sharif, Mansoor Ahmed, Abdul Karim Mehmood and Haroon and two cases of Lal Masjid namely Mohammad Ali and Tahir Farooq. He, however, directed Additional Advocate General K.K. Agha to furnish the record of all missing persons cases after that they would decide which cases should be referred to the Inquiry Commission and which cases to be heard by the court. Agha told the court that both Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz had close contacts with Al-Qaeda member Zahid Al Misry and according to their reports both have been killed in Afghanistan. The learned counsel said that if Amna has any reservation, she should file a criminal case at the police station for disappearance of her spouse and Faisal Faraz so that the facts could come to surface. Justice Jawwad remarked: No one can harm you if Almighty Allah is with you. The DHR chairperson said: Why the government wanted to put me in more troubles, adding after registering an FIR against ISI whether she would remain in peace. She said that the federations counsel is misleading and cheating the whole nation. Justice Jawwad pointed out that they were trying to find out the truth. Amna informed the court that according to an affidavit, given by one Dr Imran to Joint Investigation Team (JIT), Faisal Faraz was under the custody of Inter Service Intelligence (ISI). City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi, Azhar Hameed Khokar, however, told the court that nothing like this was mentioned in the JIT report. He further said that an affidavit filed in 2008 lacks such information. Earlier, Superintendent Police Peshawar Muhammad Umar submitted a report regarding the enforced disappeared persons in Khyber Pukhtunkhawa. But the court rejected it, saying the police have failed to perform their duties for the recovery of missing persons. Justice Zahir Jamali said that in 20 months the Peshawar police were able to record the statement of missing person Abdul Rehman. Agha informed the court that Abdur Rehman Al-Qoomi, an Algerian citizen, is no more a missing person. He called his wife Ulfat from Algeria, who has given her statement on oath. The court asked the AAG to produce the record of the phone call. About another missing person, Fazal Rabi Pirzada, the investigation officer informed the court that according to Fazals second wife he is in United States. The court asked him to produce the record of Fazals second marriage. The hearing was adjourned till today.