SHC issues notices in petition about missing person

Karachi: Sindh High Court SHC on Thursday issued notice to home secretary, Pakistan Rangers Sindh director general, Inspector General of Police IGP and other respondents in a petition seeking whereabouts of a missing person.

The petitioner, Mulla Muhammad Rasool submitted that her son Ghulam Sakhi who is disabled person by his left hand and mentally unsound and is member of the disabled cricket team of Karachi has gone missing since 28112012.

He impleaded province of Sindh through home secretary, Rangers director general, Inspector General of Police, SSP incharge CID, and SHO of Gizri police station as respondents.

He submitted that his son had gone with his friends to play cricket at Gizri cricket ground situated at Phase6 Khyaban-e-Rahat since then whereabouts of his son were not known. He said that he went to Gizri police station and reported the matter regarding the missing of his son, but despite efforts the whereabouts of her son remained unknown.

He stated that he received calls from person who introduced himself as the official of CID and threatened him of dire consequences if he approached to court.

He alleged that police officials have illegally detained his son in their captivity, adding that the said police officials might lodge fake case against him our may kill him in fake encounter.

He prayed to court to direct the respondents to produce his son.

Headed by Chief Justice Mushir Alam, the division bench issued notice to the respondents as well as the advocate general Sindh and deputy attorney general.

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