KARACHI - Human Rights Network (HRN) filed a petition with the SHC to retrieve back Pakistani national Dr. Afia Siddiqui who is missing from March 2003 and appeared recently in Afghanistan but later handed over to the United States. Human Rights Network (HRN) filled a petition against the detention of Pakistani citizen Dr Aafia Siddiqi to USA government in Sindh High Court on Monday. As per detail, Asim Sori and Imran Ahmed representatives of HRN have filled the petition against the detention and trial in USA' court. The petition alleged that Dr Aafia was on the way to airport for Islamabad along with her three children when US based intelligence agencies CIA and FBI took her to Guantanamo jail and later shifted her to USA. The petitioner made respondent to Federal Secretaries including, Defense, Interior, and Foreign Department and Home Department of Sindh. They claimed that along with Dr Aafia her three children including, the US government had also detained Ahmed, Sulaman, and Marryam. Mentioning the previous case of Ahmal Kahnsi, who had been arrested from Quetta in mid of 1995 and handed over to US government, the government had accepted their involvement in such matter and promised not to commit such illegal act again, but the pervious government had again committed such illegal act. The petitioners have said that her detention in US prison is illegal and she must be brought back to the country. HEARING ADJOURNED On the other side, a single bench of SHC of Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has adjourned the petition filed by Muhajer Quami Movement (MQM) leader Amir Khan against his ten years of imprisonment till first of December. The leader of MQM had been convicted by the lower court under arms act and also charged in an attempt to murder case, he had been pronounced for imprisonment by the court. COURT ISSUES SUMMON In another court, the division bench of Sindh High Court comprised of Justice Khiji Arif Hussein and Justice Dr Qamaruddin Bohr has issued notice to the concerned authorities on the petition moved by Jalaluddin Kalpar Bugti alias Jalal against his life imprisonment, to be appeared to a date in office.  The petitioner had been convicted for his involvement for killing Salal Bugti son of former Governor of Balochistan and Chief of JWP slain Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti by the lower of Balochistan. He had filed the petition against his imprisonment in Balochistan High Court later was shifted to Sindh High Court. The prosecution had said that Salal Bugti was gunned down by the said guilty along with his three other accomplices in Farah Chowk Quetta, while, later the accused Jalal was arrested by the police on 7th of January 1998 from Satellite town Quetta. He had been pronounced for imprisonment for life by the special court STA and was also ordered to pay fined of Rs 50,000. The guilty submitted his petition against the state authorities. Meanwhile, a division bench of SHC comprised of Justice Arif Hussein Khilji and Justice Dr Qamaruddin Bohara conducted the hearing against the contempt of court on the petition moved by Pak American Solidarity Society (PASS). The petitioner made respondent to IG Sindh Police, DIG Police Karachi, SSP CIA police and others, saying that on their directives Peera Ditta, the only eye witness of the killing of seven people belonging to the minority, had been tortured and kidnapped in the jurisdiction of the court and also detained him illegally, by avoiding the directives of the court. The detained is the only eyewitness of the incident, in which the gunmen burst into the charity's small, unmarked offices in a high-rise building in the centre of Karachi. They roped their victims inside a room, bound them, executed them one by one using a pistol and then fled. Eight bullet casings - one for each victim - were found at the scene. A ninth man was badly beaten but not shot. The court has adjourned the hearing till to a date in office.   Though, the division bench of Sindh High Court consisting Justice Arif Hussein Khilji and Justice Dr Qamaruddin Bohra disposed-off the petition moved by Iqbal Qazmi against the jail authority to adopt the anti humanity based attitude with the prisoners.  The petitioner said while submitting the petition that the prisoners were not only being provided basic needs of life in the prisons but also tortured by the jail police. He also alleged that the prisoners, who mostly committed minor crimes, were not being produced in the courts for many years. He said that such prisoners were also provided unhygienic foods.