The Supreme Court has said that no concession would be given to anyone regarding extremely important cases of missing persons. The secret agencies should make some good results in this regard.

The two member bench , under the headship of Justice Tassadaq Hussain JIllani restarted the hearing of the case of missing persons including Umarzada, Umar Bakht, Mulazim Hussain, Abdullah, Ghulam Sajjad Ahmed, Dr. Abid Hussain,  Mansoor Mehdi, Muhammad Zubair , Niaz and Mehar Khan.

During proceeding Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights, Amna Masood Janjua told the court that two real brothers Umarzada and Umar Bakht were missing from Chakwal. She said that the evidences shows that the both are in the custody of ISI, which had to submit an affidavit in the court in this connection, but it did not do so.

On which the court asked the Additional Attorney General Tariq Khokhar about the matter, but AAG requested the court for two weeks more time. The court accepted his plea and instructed him that statement from ISI may be produced in the court after 15 days.

The District and Session Judge Sukkur presented the report about the missing persons Mulazim Hussain and Abdullah. The report revealed that police arrested both the persons, but afterwards they were handed over to secret agencies.

Additional Attorney General told the court that Dr Abid and Mansoor Mehdi were going to Peshawar from Rawalpindi to attend a conference, but in the way they were lifted by FC, which transferred them to some unknown point.

The court was informed that no devilment was made in the search of Muhammad Zubair so far. Amna Masood Janjua informed the court that according to her information, Zubair was kept in the investigation center of ISI, located at Islamabad.

The bench said in his remarks that these are not ordinary cases that the elements involved in this case may be excused. The court asked the AAG to arrange the early recovery of the missing persons.