ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday sought detailed report on human trafficking crime from Director General of Federal investigation Agency (FIA) and provincial government in suo moto notice of Turbat killing case.
A three-member bench headed Chief Justice Saqib Nisar was hearing the case during which the chief justice expressed resentment and said that preventing a crime before execution is actual skill.
FIA DG told the court that investigation is being affected due to limited resources and unavailability of complete tools over which CJ said if there are no resources, then admit that you cannot do anything.
He also asked FIA DG to assure that such kind of incidents will not happen in future. The Court is ready to support if you show some performance, he continued. FIA DG said that 20 people were killed by banned outfit over ethnic issue.
Meanwhile, Balochistan chief secretary informed the apex court that all the agencies are in continuous contact to eliminate human trafficking from the country. He said that extremists are limited to two districts now due to security operations. The court adjourned the hearing till first week of February. INP