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Judge warns IGP, other police officers over missing students

ISLAMABAD: Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the Islamabad High Court has said that if the students, who were kidnapped two years ago, were not presented before the court on the next hearing then he will send all police officers including the inspector general of police straight to the Adiala Jail.

Hearing the case, he said that the disappeared girls were his children. SSP Najeebur Rehman Bagvi appeared in the court and submitted a report. According to it, three more people have been added in the investigation process and police teams have been sent to Hyderabad and Azad Kashmir.

According to report, the police was tipped off about presence of girls in a red light area on which the judge remarked that a former police chief also investigated the court orders about the recovery of the girls. He asked that whether Tahir Imam was a spokesperson of the Islamabad Police? He said that they knew that the officer concerned roams unconscious with a journalist following visiting a BBQ shop.

He remarked that the police stations were being auctioned even today, adding that there was a sub-inspector who managed to transfer the police chief and the IGP cannot do it vice versa. He also mentioned that a contempt of court notice will be issued to Tahir Alam. The court while ordering to present the two girls at any cost during the ensuing hearing the high court has adjourned the hearing till May 2.

On the other hand, the father of the two girls said that his daughters will be recovered within two minutes if a case was registered against the investigating officers. He said that the court should be informed why the case has been registered after a lapse of two months.



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