Quetta, Apr 7(ANI): Pakistan Supreme Court has said there is no difference between human beings and animals in Balochistan, where mutilated bodies are being found on a daily basis.
"I think I should stay in Quetta for a month," The Daily Times quoted Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, as saying.
A three-member SC bench resumed the hearing of a case concerning the poor security and human rights situation in Balochistan.
Quetta police also produced four of seven 'missing' people of the Marri tribe in the court.
The seven people were arrested during a raid in Quetta's Sariab Mill area on March 1 and had been listed 'missing' since then.
Justice Chaudhry suspended New Sariab Station House Officer Noor Baksh Mengal for his false statement about the missing persons and directed the police to arrest him.
He also warned to suspend the Balochistan IGP if the remaining three missing persons were not produced before the court by April 9.
Frontier Corps (FC) Inspector General Major General Ubaidullah Khan Khattak rejected charges against his force on which the court directed him to appear before the court along with complete report during the next hearing
The court directed the Jinnah Town Superintendent of Police to ensure the safe recovery of these missing persons by April 10.
The court adjourned the hearing until April 12. (ANI)
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