Missing Persons Case: KP Govt report irks SC
ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan was angered by the report presented by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Government on the Malakand Missing Persons case here in Islamabad on Monday, ARY News reports.
A three member bench headed by Justice Jawwad S. Khwaja resumed the hearing of the case. KP Government submitted the report on the missing persons.
The court expressed its anger on the report and inquired about the developments made in the First Information Report (FIR) of Muhabbat Shah. Advocate General Latif Yousufzai, lawyer representing KP Government, replied that a three member committee has been formed for its investigation.
The court remarked that no developments will be made if the quality of the investigation remains the same. The court further remarked that should be tell Muhabbat Shah to go to Afghanistan or England as he is not a Pakistani.
Justice Jawwad also said that the Federal Government is also accountable along with the KP Government. He remarked that the recovery of the missing persons is a constitutional responsibility of the provinces as well as the centre.