ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday sought complete investigation report over Tayyaba torture case in three days. The two-member bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard the case.
Granting time to additional session judge’s wife Maheen Zafar, the court has ordered to submit reply till Wednesday. DIG Police Islamabad has been directed to constitute a high level investigating committee. The Chief Justice directed police to use modern methods of investigation to complete the probe. The chief justice said that two people were claiming to be Tayyaba’s mother and DNA tests may be conducted.
The chief justice also directed that the whereabouts of Tayabba should be ascertained and she as well as her parents should be presented before the court for the next hearing.
Earlier, two people claiming to be the parents of Tayyaba arrived at the Supreme Court. The two have been identified as Zafar and Farzana, residents of Faisalabad.
The Supreme Court had summoned Tayyaba’s parents along with DIG Islamabad and SSP. The Advocate General Islamabad and wife of Additional Sessions Judge Raja Khurram Ali have also been summoned. Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Saqib Nisar had taken suo moto notice of the case after the matter was settled out of court earlier this week.INP