Missing person case, SC orders release of Aleem Nasir

ISLAMABAD; The Supreme Court has ordered the release of Aleem Nasir, a German citizen of Pakistani origin.
Supreme Court was hearing the case of missing persons here on Tuesday.

The court directed to return to Aleem Nasir, within next two days his passport, other documents and precious stones taken from him in custody. Regarding Aleem Nasir’s desire to go back to Germany, the director of crisis management cell assured the court that they would also provided him ticket for his return to Germany.

During the case of another person, Hafiz Abdul Basit, the attorney General Malik Mohammad Qayyum submitted before the court that the person was under custody of by the political agent of Khyber agency and he would be handed over to his relatives at eight tonight in Islamabad.


As the hearing started in Masood Janjoa case Dr. Imran Munir was presented before the court. The Supreme Court directed to keep Imran Munir at PIMS hospital Islamabad, under police custody, for fifteen days and after that to produce him before the court at the next hearing to record his statement in Masood Janjua case and review the facts about his court martial.

Earlier, Dr. Imran Munir in his statement said he was brought from Mangla to Rawalpindi yesterday and locked up in the field investigation unit.

The court questioned as to why despite its order, Dr. Imran Munir was kept in F.I.U. Lock up instead of Adiala Jail and why the facts were concealed from the court. In this regard, the court ordered dg, crisis and management cell, brigadier Javed Iqbal Cheema to submit his written statement.

The Supreme Court directed deputy attorney general Naheeda Mahboob Elahi to submit a detailed report about all cases of the missing persons on the next date of hearing.

The hearing is being conducted by a five-member bench comprising chief justice Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Mr. Justice Fakir Muhammad Khokhar, Mr. Justice M. Javed Buttar, Mr. Justice Nasir ul Mulk and Mr. Justice Raja Fayyaz. The hearing will now be held on the 4th of next month.