LAHORE - Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif on Friday allowed an allegedly kidnapped girl of Multan to go with her husband when she refused to go home with her parents. The chief Justice had taken suo moto notice on March 5 on reports of her kidnap. Earlier, Mst Sara Ahmed was produced before the court of chief justice from Darul Aman on Friday. The chief justice tried to know girls desire whether she wanted to go with her parents or her husband. The girl, a graduate, replied she wanted to live with her husband. Petitioner Shakeel Ahmed, father of 'abductee Sara Ahmed, was also present in the court with his counsel. The counsel for the petitioner raised objection to her desire to go with her husband submitting she was showing her wiliness under the fear of her husband. On this, the chief justice remarked the girl had been in Darul Aman one week and during that period only parents were allowed to meet her so that they may get her willingness to go back home with them but the parents could not convince the girl. Her husband could not meet her in Darul Aman and still she wanted to go and live with her husband, the CJ said, adding law of the land allows an adult girl to marry a man of her choice. The CJ had started suo moto proceedings on the basis of an incident narrated in a column published in a daily Urdu newspaper. The chief justice had directed the RPO Multan and SHO of the police station concerned to recover the abducted girl. The girl left the courtroom along with the counsel of her husband, as the latter was not present in the court.