KARACHI - Following the directives of Acting Chief Justice Sindh High Court (SHC), Justice Mushir Alam, on Saturday, the registrar of the high court provided duplicate copies of the orders against former Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif in Plane Conspiracy Case. Arshad Khan Jadoon advocate, president of PML-N Lawyers Wing Sindh, filed the application on behalf of former PM told The Nation that he had received the copies of duplicate files and will move the documents to Lahore. However on Monday or Tuesday, the appeal will be filed in Supreme Court regarding the verdict against PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif. Sharif brothers had filed three different petitions in SHC requesting for issuance of certified copies or judgment against them. They requested to issue the certified copies of the judgment against him in the case of hijacking a PIA commercial flight with former COAS Pervez Musharraf aboard in October, 1999. Meanwhile, on the directions of Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, a written application had been submitted by the family of a missing person was moved as constitutional petition in SHC on Saturday. A number of people, mostly women and old persons, reached SHC and met Justice Khilji Arif Hussain and gave him a simple application for taking action against the abduction of a person living in Lyari. Justice Khilji had accepted their application considering human values and asked them to move their application as a constitutional petition for further legal proceedings. The people did not have any idea how to hire a lawyer or how to precede the case, on which they went to the court with a simple application. The application submitted by a woman Khutobhai w/o Ismail, resident of Haji Faqir Mohammad building, House No 9, Katchi Street, Nayaabad, Lyari, Karachi, in which she submitted that her husband Ismail, who is a driver by profession, was abducted by the intelligence agencies on April 19 at 1:00am from outside their house located within the jurisdiction of Baghdadi police station. He was kidnapped by intelligence personnel in civvies, she claimed. She maintained that following the incident they moved to the area police to launch a case but no initiative has been taken yet in this regard. She said that on April 21, she received a call from her husbands cell but he could not talk longer as the line got disconnected, later when she called him back on his mobile, the phone was switched-off. She further said that after the incident she contacted several authorities, but not even a case has been registered. She pleaded in the application that her husband should be released immediately who was the only bread winner of the family. Meanwhile, Justice Khilji Arif Hussain held the hearing regarding the complaints in judicial matters. Some complaints were also received regarding the corruption charges of the judicial officers, and he issued several directions on the complaints of the people. In another court, Additional District Judge (South) Nizar Ali Khawaja adjourned the case regarding the murder of PPP co-chairman and President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, till May 23. The hearing of the case was conducted, where the counsel on behalf of Asif Zardari asserted that despite issuing several directions none of the representatives from the interior department appeared in order to submit a report about contacting to Interpol officials regarding the arresting of the offenders allegedly involved in torturing Zardari. None of the five nominated accused including former Inspector General Sindh Police Rana Maqbool, former chairman NAB Saifur Rehman, his brother Mujeebur Rehman, Najafu Mirza, Amin Qureshi, never appeared before the court despite issuing notices by the court, while non-bailable warrants had been issued against them but no progress has been done in this regard. The court had already proclaimed all the five accused as offenders and asked the government of Pakistan to contact the Interpol to arrest them, while the court also asked the provincial govt to seize their properties.