SHC rejects police report in four ‘missing persons’ case
KARACHI: A bench of Sindh High Court (SHC) rejected the police report with regard to four missing persons including a head constable of Karachi Central Jail police, ARY News reported on Thursday.
The police had informed the high court that Lyari gangster Uzair Jan Baloch had allegedly killed four missing’ persons after their abduction.
A two-judge bench of the court headed by Justice Naimatullah Phulpoto summoned provincial home secretary in the hearing of case on May 30.
The bench had took up a petition seeking the whereabouts of a head constable of the jail police and his three friends, who were reportedly went missing in 2010 near the central prison.
The petition was filed in 2011 regarding the alleged disappearance of Lala Amin, a head constable of the jail police, Ghazi Khan, Sher Afzal and Shiraz Khan in the jurisdiction of the New Town police station in 2010.
The court ordered production of Uzair Baloch before the police adding that he is wanted but police could not record his statement.
The police report said that a letter has been written to the Ministry of Defence for handing over the custody of Uzair Baloch.
The police report also claimed that all the four missing persons had been killed by Uzair and his accomplices and he had confessed to that fact in his confessional statement recorded by a judicial magistrate.