SHC directs Rangers to arrange meeting Usman’s meeting with family

October 14, 2015 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday directed the Rangers authorities to arrange a meeting of Usman Moazzam, a general secretary of PASBAN Pakistan, with his family on tomorrow otherwise it would be considered as a contempt of court.

SHC bench headed by Justice Irfan Saadat was hearing the petition filed by filed by Usman Moazzam’s wife Saboohi Usman seeking the whereabouts of her spouse and son.

On Thursday’s hearing Rangers informed the court that Usman Moazzam is present in their Meetha Ram sub-jail in Karachi. In the last hearing there was a dispute regarding Usman Moazzam’s presence as on 18th September his family members were told by the Central Prison Karachi authorities that they had not received the custody of Usman Moazzam.

In the last hearing, the court directed Rangers to produce Usman Moazzam before the court, but it failed to do so despite its instruction.

The court gave the last chance to the lawyer of the rangers to submit the report about the missing of Mohammed Siddiqui, a son of Usman Moazzam, in the next hearing which is scheduled on 6th November.

Separately, talking to media PASBAN Pakistan President Altaf Shakoor lauded the role of Sindh rangers in bringing peace in Karachi. He said the Karachiites have heaved a sigh of relief after the brave rangers have begun their heroic operation in Karachi, the lifeline of national economy. He said the PASBAN from the day one strongly supports the rangers and their operation in Karachi.

Altaf Shakoor said peace in Karachi is a must for progress and prosperity of Pakistan. He regretted that certain elements wanted to sabotage the Karachi operation, adding such conspiracies would be foiled with the unity of all patriotic elements including his party.

Shakoor suggested that the law enforcers should sharply differentiate between a friend and foe in this crucial operation so that it could reach to its logical conclusion soon and revive the lost glory of Karachi as the city of lights.