Pakistan News / Quetta News > A larger bench of the Supreme Court (SC) headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry continued hearing the Balochistan law and order and missing persons’ cases at the Quetta Registry on Tuesday.
The SC had summoned the defence, interior and principal secretaries to the prime minister and Balochistan governor to appear before the apex court in the missing persons’ cases on Monday.
The CJ expressed anger over their absence from today’s hearing.
He remarked that there are serious allegations against agencies but the Federal Government is not taking any interest.
He said that 80 percent allegations of missing persons are against the Frontier Corps (FC).
The CJ, while addressing Deputy Attorney General Malik Sikandar, said do whatever it takes to recover the missing persons.
During the proceedings, Malik Sikandar told the court that he became the attorney general due to the circumstances and announced to resign.
On this, the CJ remarked that it was not due to the circumstances, but because of the relatives of the missing persons who were waiting outside. He said to the deputy attorney general that he was with his children but the relatives of the missing persons were in agony as they had no news of their children’s whereabouts.
The deputy attorney general took break of five minutes to reappear as lawyer.