The Islamabad High Court (IHC) summoned caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar ul Haq Kakar to personally appear before it on November 29 in a case involving the missing Baloch students.
The court's directives, delivered today at a hearing on the implementation of the aforementioned commission's recommendations, came after the government failed to retrieve missing students. Advocate Imaan Mazari has petitioned the IHC on the issue.
Following that, the court ordered the government to produce the 55 missing students in accordance with the recommendations of the Baloch Enforced Disappearance Commission.
The court has also summoned the ministers of defense and interior, as well as their secretaries, and sought a report from the federal government committee within a week.
"We're sitting in Islamabad, talking about Balochistan's rights." "I'm giving [you] seven days to ensure implementation," said IHC Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani.
Meanwhile, the additional attorney general of Pakistan has requested the court not to summon the prime minister and his cabinet.
Justice Kayani voiced her disgust and rejected the report of the committee formed to investigate the incident at the start of the hearing. The federal government established it with three ministers.
Assistant Attorney General of Pakistan, Usman Ghuman, presented a one-page, six-point report to the court.
However, the judge was dissatisfied with the report and returned it. He then called Additional Attorney General Munawwar Iqbal Dogal at 11:00 a.m.
"This report is a disgrace to this court," the judge said. He stated that the caretaker premier and interior minister should have recognized that this is a problem for Baloch students, as they, too, belong to Balochistan.
The judge stated that the court will do its job and guarantee that its directives are followed. "Even today, we are standing at the same place on the 21st hearing."
The court said it is the state's obligation to guarantee that these people reach their homes.