LAHORE - The Lahore High Court chief justice Tuesday called for a report from the DPO Nankana about the killing of a woman allegedly by her husband and his relatives through torture and electric shocks. Taking serious notice on a TV report, the court required the DPO to furnish the report within three days and also appear before the court on the next date of hearing. The report aired though TV, showed that Musarrat Bibi, a mother of four, had been done to death by her husband Rahman Ali and in-laws, and she was laid to rest in a haste allegedly to conceal the crime. The relatives of the deceased sought registration of an FIR on the incident, but the police concerned did not act and instead hurled threats of dire consequences on the complainant. The report also alleged that the in-laws of the deceased were influential people who even did not allow postmortem of the body. The CJ taking note of the incident remarked that the Constitution guarantees protection to the life of every citizen and anyone violating this constitution provision has to face law.