KARACHI - A girl, Shari Baloch, on Tuesday appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Chaudhry to make her missing fathers release possible who was abducted by the security agencies three years ago. Addressing a Press conference, Shari Baloch said that her father Abdul Wahid Qambar, along with his two mates Fazal Kareem and Nako Faiz, was abducted from his village on March 14, 2007, by the secret agencies and FC. He was released after 9 months of his arrest on April 21, 2008 after being brutally tortured. He was then given in the custody of Panchpai police which were pressurised by MI to lodge fake cases of keeping drugs and illegal arms against Abdul Wahid Qambar but they refused. Despite being pressurised by the then Chief Minister Balochistan, the IGP did not lodge an FIR against him, and in fact released Nako Faiz after proper investigation, but his father and Fazal Haider were taken into custody on April 28, 2008 by the CID Quetta. Qambar was then shifted to Turbat from Quetta on May 6, 2008 and then moved to District Jail Turbat after being produced against ATC court the same day. He then shifted to ATF Jail again on June 8, 2008 without giving him any notice and lodged fake cases in Anti Terrorist Court-1, Quetta. Interestingly, he got released in all the cases but one against FIR no 6 in which he was sentenced to jail for 25 years. We, however, lodge an appeal against it in Balochistan High Court which was approved and the High Court asked the ATC-1 to reopen the case and start proceedings again, she added. Ironically, the ATC court, which was asked to decide the case in three weeks time, had given my father into police custody on remand by violating high courts orders, she told. While, it is the national and international law that the prisoner who is being tried in court could not be given into police custody on remand, she added. Shari said that her father would be made to accept offences being done with the help of torture in the name of remand, and it was more likely that he would be murdered like other Baloch leaders Ghulam Mohammad, Lala Munir, and Shair Mohammad who were killed during trial. She appealed to the United Nations, ICRC, International Human Rights Commission, Asian Human Rights Commission and other organisations to help her in her fathers release. She has announced to go on a weeks strike from May 20 in front of Karachi Press Club against the remand and arrest of Abdul Wahid Qambar. She told that her fathers sister and nieces are on strike at Turbat Press Club from May 19 (today). She warned that if her father is not release, she and her relatives would take any harmful step whose responsibility would solely be relies on Balochistan Governor, Balochistan Chief Minister, and heads of secret agencies.