ISLAMABAD Dr Imran Munir, an alleged spy, admitted to PIMS for treatment under police custody has fled away from the hospital. Dr Imran remained in the custody of law enforcement agencies for couple of years and was accused of spying against the country. However, when he was produced before the apex court in 2007, he denied that he was working against the country. He claimed that he was forced to give such confessional statement that he worked for India. According to details, Dr Imran Munir was under treatment at PIMS hospital under police custody for the last two years but managed to escape from the hospital. When contacted, Amna Masood Janjua, chairperson of Defence of Human Right, said that due to deteriorating health conditions of Dr Imran, Supreme Court had directed to shift him to PIMS hospital under police custody. It may be recalled here that Imran remained confined in FIU lock up for a couple of year for allegedly spying for India and was convicted by Army Court for 8-year prison. Sources in PIMS said that Dr Imran was fully recovered. The PIMS administration, they claimed, had written several letters to Islamabad police and Supreme Court, respectively, that Imran had fully recovered now and should be shifted, but authorities concerned remained silent. A senior PIMS doctor requesting anonymity said, After health recovery of Imran, we constituted a board to examine his matter and wrote separate letters to police and court but authorities concerned paid no heed towards Imrans shifting form the hospital. When contacted, SSP Islamabad Tahir Alam Khan neither confirmed nor denied the report. He said, I am busy now and call you later to talk about Imran Munir issue. PIMS spokesman Dr Wasseem Khawaja also refused to comment on Imran Munir issue. However, he confirmed that Dr Imran remained admitted at PIMS for two years.