Kakar skips court, again summoned in missing students case

IHC judge says even after two years, missing Baloch students could not be recovered.

ISLAMABAD: Caretaker prime minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar did not bother to appear in Islamabad High Court which had summoned him today in the missing Baloch students case.

The court had summoned the caretaker prime minister along with the secretaries of the interior, law and justice divisions and other officials concerned at 10am on Monday.

However, when Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani took up the petitions, neither the caretaker prime minister not the secretaries were in the courtroom.

The justice expressed regrets and remarked that over 52 students had been missing and despite the passage of about two years and 24 heatings 12 of them were still missing. 

The judge said that the caretaker prime minister had been summoned after the government failed to recovered the citizens who had been made disappeared by state institutions. The prime minister is responsible to ensure safety and security of the citizens. 

The court again issued notices to the caretaker prime minister and all concerned officials to appear before the court and give reasons for the disappearance of the students.

The judge also said that the deputy commissioner of Islamabad was missing the MPO.

PTI leader and MNA-elect Sher Afzal Marwat told the court that unknown people wearing masks raided his house in Islamabad.

On this, the judge said if an MNA-elect and a lawyer of the Supreme Court of Pakistan was treated in such a way in the capital city of Pakistan what would be the situation in Balochistan.

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