17-year old boy missing: SHC seeks comments from Rangers, police

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday issued notices to Director General Rangers Sindh and Inspector General Sindh, to submit their comment on the petition seeking whereabouts of a 17-years-old boy who had gone missing since 23rd August 2015.

SHC bench headed by Justice Irfan Saadat took up the petition filed by the father of detainee who moved the court against law enforcers for illegally detaining his son, Mohammad Raheem.

The petitioner stated that his son, Mohammad Raheem was never involved in any criminal activity and used to work with him in his personal business.

The father of the missing boy stated that his son was at their home on midnight of 23rd August when the police forcefully entered and picked his son. “Mohammad Raheem has been missing and his whereabouts not traced since then” the petitioner stated. He apprehended that his son might in detention of law enforcement agencies but they are not disclosing his custody.

Citing DG Rangers Sindh, IGP Sindh and SHO Orangi Town police station as respondents, he prayed the court to direct the respondents to produce his son before the court and disclose the reason of his arrest

After the initial hearing, the court issued notices to Attorney General and respondents to file their comments on 15th October.

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