Quetta police produce four of seven missing persons before court
No difference between human being, animal in Balochistan: Supreme Court
Court orders recovery of remaining missing persons by 9th April.
Bolan Voice Report
“I think I should stay inQuettafor a month,” said Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, as a three-member Supreme Court bench resumed the hearing of a case concerning the poor security and human rights situation in Balochistan.
Be remembered previous day Supreme Court warned Inspector General Police Balochistan to produce 7 people, who had gone on missing a month before, in case of failure the said officer will be suspended by court.
Following the chief justice’s directive, on subsequent dayQuettapolice produced four of seven ‘missing’ people of the Marri tribe in the court.
The seven people were picked up during a raid inQuetta’s Sariab Mill area on March 1st and had been listed ‘missing’ since then.
Police, who had earlier been declining having information about the missing persons, produced four of seven people. The four were Hazar Khan, Mazar Khan, Malik Sher and Javed Marri.
Justice Chaudhry suspended New Sariab SHO Noor Baksh Mengal for his false statement about the missing persons and directed police to arrest him.
The chief justice said he would also suspend the Balochistan IGP if the remaining three missing persons were not produced before the court by Monday, 9th April 2012.
Frontier Corps (FC) Inspector General Major General Ubaidullah Khan Khattak also appeared before the court and rejected charges against his force.
“Peoples Party MPA Sadiq Umrani has accused Fortier Corpse of kidnapping and killing two persons near Kalat and Mastung. It is a serious allegation… the MPA was accompanied by two ministers when the incident took place and they cannot lie on floor of the House,” the chief justice told Khattak.
The FC head said his force had issued a statement the very next day, and said that no such incident had taken place.
The court directed the FC IG to appear before the court along with complete report during the next hearing.
A woman also appeared before the court and told the chief justice that her brother Doctor Naseer and his two friends – Hafiz Rudini and Akhtar Lango – had allegedly been picked up by government functionaries’ agencies on April 3.
The court directed the Jinnah Town SP to ensure the safe recovery of these missing persons by April 10.
The Balochistan home secretary informed the court that as many as 1,056 people, including 227 FC personnel and 196 police officials, had been killed in Balochistan since 2009.
This irritated the chief justice, who said that such a “figure reflects the failure of government and its functionaries”.
The court adjourned the hearing until April 12.
On that occasion relatives of missing told media men their 10 people have been kidnapped but official only taking responsibility of 7.
An organization Baloch National Voice in his statement blamed other missing persons are in thousands, they are also in cell of these government functionaries’ agencies and produce these persons is evident this statement.
BNV in its statement said mutilated bodies of Baloch youths have been thrown are in hundreds and this producing of missing is solid evidence of involvement of similar hands are in this inhuman acts.
Organization emphasized on human rights organizations and world community that they must not be in any doubt that a third power can be behind perpetrations of Baloch youths’ mutilated bodies throwing series.
On the other hand, Voice for Baloch Missing Person Chairman Nasarullah Baloch said they are announcing retreat of boycott from High Court process. He said with this hope they are going to join High Court process may this time theirs’ endears through court be released. He said before this court had ordered to authorities bring before court martyred Jalil Reki, Sangat Sana Baloch and Ghaffar Langove, but their dead bodies we have received. Let see this how court will rein to state functioning institutes.
After couple of days remaining 3 missing persons also recovered by Police on last day of given deadline by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftekhar Mohd Chaurdy.