Image default
Balochistan Education Pakistan Trending Now

IHC Forms Committee Including Heads of ISI, MI & IB in the Case of Missing Baloch Students

Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court has formed a three-member committee comprising the directors general (DGs) from key intelligence agencies in the case of the recovery of missing Baloch students and has summoned the caretaker prime minister on February 28.

In an order issued during the hearing of a petition for the recovery of missing Baloch students on February 20, Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani outlined the formation of the committee, consisting of directors general from key intelligence agencies: Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Military Intelligence (MI), and Intelligence Bureau (IB), emphasizing its responsibility to provide answers regarding the missing individuals.

Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani ordered that the DG IB would chair the committee, and Attorney General Mansoor Awan would also assist the committee.

The court stated that the committee would present a report on missing persons in court, and the report regarding missing Baloch students and newly missing persons would be presented before the next hearing.

The court has set a tight deadline for the committee, instructing them to submit the report within three days concerning the missing Baloch students. Additionally, the committee is tasked with gathering information from relevant authorities at the district and divisional levels, ensuring a comprehensive investigation.

Moreover, the committee holds the authority to recommend actions against any individuals found culpable in the enforced disappearances, indicating a proactive approach towards accountability.

The Islamabad High Court has summoned the federal ministers and secretaries of oversight, interior, and defense to the next hearing, extending the hearing until February 28th.

Expressing dissatisfaction over the continued absence of progress in locating the missing Baloch students and the caretaker prime minister’s non-appearance, the court has once again called upon the premier to appear before it on February 28. Justice Kayani emphasized the principle of equality before the law, stressing that no individual, regardless of position, is exempt from legal obligations.

During the preceding hearing, Justice Kayani underscored the importance of the caretaker government’s engagement with the court proceedings, urging them to prioritize this matter over other commitments.

Dear TNT Reader,

At The News Tribe, our mission is to bring you free, independent, and unbiased news and content that keeps you informed and empowered. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of journalism, as we understand that we are a platform for truth.

Apart from independent global news coverage, we also commit our unique focus on the Muslim world. In an age marked by the troubling rise of Islamophobia and widespread misrepresentation of Muslims in Western media, we strive to provide accurate and fair coverage.

But to continue doing so, we need your support. Even a small donation of 1$ can make a big difference. Your contribution will help us maintain the quality of our news and counteract the negative narratives that are so prevalent.

Please consider donating today to ensure we can keep delivering the news that matters. Together, we can make a positive impact on the world, and work towards a more inclusive, informed global society.

Monthly Subscription Annual Subscription

Visa Card MasterCard American Express Card

We want to hear your Travel Stories.

Do you have a memorable, unbelievable, or favorite travel experience? Share your story with us.