Islamabad High Court building.—File photo

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC), on Monday, directed the Inter Services Intelligence (IS) chief to ensure presence of an army major before it on next hearing in a missing person case.

Justice Anwarul Haq Qureshi wanted Major Tariq to appear before the court in a case of two missing doctors, who were said to be associated with a banned outfit.

Families of Doctor Qayyum and Doctor Waheed had filed a petition with the court and said the two went missing from Rahim Yar Khan last August.

The major had allegedly kept the two under detention in the intelligence agency’s office located in Sector G-9 in Islamabad.

The court had adjourned the hearing of the case until March 14.—DawnNews

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