KARACHI - Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday issued notice to the authorities concerned seeking their comments by 11th of November on the petition filed to recover a missing parson. The division bench of SHC comprised on Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Khawaj Naveed Ahmed conducted the first hearing regarding the petition filled by Asfiya Zeshan w/o Zeshan Jalil. The petitioner submitted that her husband namely Zeshan Jalil, 27, s/o Mohammad Jalil was kidnapped by the Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) a couple of weeks ago, since the day first, he has not been produced before any court nor he was kept in the police custody. She submitted in the petition that, on 18th of October 2008, her brother-in-law namely Ibrahim Jalil was on his way home. When he reached Taj Complex located at MA Jinnah Road, four or five personnel of LEAs in plain clothes intercepted him and took him into their car at gunpoint. On their way they started asking him several questions about him also intimated some one about his 'arrest'. When they realised that had picked up the wrong person, they asked Ibrahim about the whereabouts of his younger brother Zeshan. Later, they dropped Ibrahim at Shahrah-e-Qadir at 6:00 where Zeshan was also present and they took away Zeshan after releasing Ibrahim. The petitioner also submitted that following the incident, she went to several police stations of the City but his husband could not be found. Later she went to a police station to register the FIR but the police did nothing beyond putting an entry in their Roznamcha. She said after some days she went to Brigade Police Station where the police registered an FIR No 280/2008 under section 365/34ppc. She made respondent to Interior Ministry, Secretary of Defense Ministry, Sindh Home Ministry, Inspector General Sindh Police, Director General Sindh Rangers, DIG Karachi police head office, and In-charge CID Center Civil Lines in the petition. The court issued notice to the respondent to submit their comments in the next hearing. HEARING ADJOURNED While hearing another case, the same bench adjourned the hearing till 27th of November on petition filed by ex-Chief Engineer Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) Imdad Pathan regarding not payment of his wages. The petition respondent to Ministry of Natural Resources, Managing Director of SSGC and GM of HR department of the said company. He submitted in the petition that he had joined the said company as trainee engineer on 2nd of July in 1975, while he got promotion due to his capability and better experience time by time, and he had been promoted as chief engineer. Accordingly the petitioner observed that there was injustice was done with him as he had been ignored and he had not be promoted in higher post, however after being dishearten he submitted his resignation on 16th of October 2000, but his resignation was not approved by the authority concerned. He submitted that since submitting of his resignation, he had not been provided his retirement benefits. Earlier, one of the respondents GM HR of SSGC submitted before the court that he is still SSGC employee and he has been considered as absent since he stopped coming his duty. On the other side, another bench of SHC comprising of Justice Mohammad Athar Saeed and Justice Arshad Noor Khan issued directives to provincial Health Ministry to release the consignment of the petitioner M/S Kaghan Ghee Mills Privet Limited. The bench issued the directives after receiving the report from the laboratory of City District Government and another. The ministry had seized the consignment of the said company after declaring them as unhygienic material, while on the directives of the court the sample from the product was sent for the laboratory test.