ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has summoned interim Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar in a case involving missing Baloch students on November 29, according to A News.
IHC Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani gave the directions while hearing a case involving the execution of the Baloch Enforced Disappearances Commission’s recommendations after the government failed to retrieve the “missing students.”
In addition to the caretaker prime minister, the temporary ministers and secretaries of defense and interior have been ordered to appear before the court at the next session. It also requested that the federal government committee issue a report within a week.
If 55’missing’ Baloch students were not found by the next session, the IHC summoned interim Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar on November 29.
“We’re sitting in Islamabad, talking about Balochistan’s rights.” “I’m granting seven days to ensure the implementation of the Baloch Enforced Disappearances Commission’s recommendations,” Justice Kayani stated.
Meanwhile, the extra attorney general asked Justice Kayani not to call the ministers or the prime minister.
The judge expressed his displeasure, saying, “There is nothing wrong with summoning the Prime Minister and other ministers.” Everyone is attempting to create a comedy out of this situation.”
At the start of the hearing, Justice Kayani rejected the report of the committee formed to investigate the situation. Assistant Attorney General for Pakistan Usman Ghuman presented the court with a one-page six-point report.
Justice Kayani ordered a representative from the Ministry of Defense, as well as the defense and interior ministers, to attend at the next hearing. “Their appearance would not make a difference, it is not rocket science to summon them,” he went on to say.