No Difference Between Human Being, Animal In Balochistan: Sc
A woman also appeared before the court and told the chief justice that her brother Doctor Naseer and his two friends – Hafiz Rudini and Akhtar Lango – had allegedly been picked up by government functionaries on April 3.
* Quetta police produce four of seven missing persons
* Court orders recovery of remaining missing persons by Monday
* FC chief rejects charges against his force
By Mohammad Zafar
QUETTA: The Supreme Court (SC) said on Friday there was no difference between a human being and animals in Balochistan where mutilated bodies were found on a daily basis.
“I think I should stay in Quetta for a month,” said Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, as a three-member SC bench resumed the hearing of a case concerning the poor security and human rights situation in Balochistan.
Following the chief justice’s directive, Quetta police produced four of seven ‘missing’ people of the Marri tribe in the court.
The seven people were picked up during a raid in Quetta’s Sariab Mill area on March 1 and had been listed ‘missing’ since then.
Police, who had earlier been declining having information about the missing persons, produced four of seven people. The four were Hazar Khan, Mazar Khan, Malik Sher and Javed Marri.
Justice Chaudhry suspended New Sariab SHO Noor Baksh Mengal for his false statement about the missing persons and directed police to arrest him.