Police set out to trace Maulana Aziz’s mother

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Following the directions of the Supreme Court, the Islamabad police on Wednesday registered two FIRs against the alleged abductions of chief cleric of Lal Mosque, Maulana Abdul Aziz’s mother, and a citizen in 2007 army operation.
The FIRs were registered on the complaints of Maulana Abdul Aziz and Muhamamd Amin. On May 4, 2012, separate complaints were lodged by 11 people against the abduction and killing of their beloved in Lal Mosque Operation. However, the police had refused to entertain their applications. Later, the said people approached Supreme Court seeking direction to the police to register cases. While hearing their case, the Supreme Court had directed ICT police to register FIRs in case they were approached by heirs of the persons who were claimed to have been missing after Lal Mosque operation. On Wednesday, Chief Cleric Lal Mosque Maulana Abdul Aziz lodged an application with Abpara police station, claiming that his mother Sahiba Khatun went missing after the Lal Mosque Operation. On this, Police registered an FIR under section 365 PPC. Similarly, the police also registered an FIR on the complaint of one Sajjad Ahmed against the alleged abduction of his brother. Sajjad claimed that his brother Amin Ahmed went missing after the Lal Mosque Operation. “We have registered FIRs and have started investigation,” said SHO Abpara Police Station.
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Regretting the negative gesture shown by Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz-N in the Parliament, he said that all the persons or parties should respect the supreme institutions of the country and observe the decent norms to strengthening democratic system.
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