ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan while hearing the case of a missing man Masood Janjua, has said that if the provinces are to act with such lousiness, then only Allah is the savior of this state – ARY News reports.
The remarks were made by Justice Jawwad S Khwaja, heading a three member bench of the apex court, hearing another case given in pursuance of Masood Janjua's case.
During the hearing, investigation officer, Farooq Joiya told that the witness of the case named Imran Muneer is currently out of the country, who has been consulted via Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which will provide him after recording the statement of Imran Muneer pertaining to the case.
At this, Justice Jawwad remarked that this way no work is accomplished and it demands great seriousness.
Additional Advocate General of Punjab, Razzaq Mirza stated before the court that all the intelligence agencies (IAs) have a unanimous stance that Masood Janjua is no longer alive, whilst a general and a brigadier have stated that Janjua was involved in a double game and if he were with an agency then what would the agency do by keeping him under custody for 10 years.
Justice Jawwad S Khwaja said that if your stance is accepted, then at least this should be cleared who abducted Masood Janjua and if an official has stated about his suspected activities even then the case does not end here, such an agent should be chased even to his grave.
Razzaq Mirza read out the statement of General Nusrat Naeem before the SC, according to which Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz were acting as dual-agents both for the United States (US) of America and Taliban, whereas they were slaughtered by Al-Qaeda's Sheikh Saad al-Misri.
Justice Jawwad S Khwaja told that the former general has also mentioned in his book about handing over Pakistani citizens in return of money and urged the investigation officer to look at this case in this backdrop.
The SC while directing the Additional Attorney General to analyze the case from this angle and adjourned the hearing till February 20.