During the course of proceedings, the court directed the mother to give a yellow notice to the Interior ministry
The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed Dr Mehreen Baloch, mother of two missing daughters, to provide all details of the missing girls to the Ministry of Interior.
A three-member SC bench headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial and comprising Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar and Justice Ayesha A Malik heard the case regarding abduction of minor girls.
During the course of proceedings, the court directed the mother to give a yellow notice to the Interior ministry.
Addressing the mother, the chief justice said the report submitted to the court stated that she (Mehreen) was not providing pictures of the girls.
In response, Dr Mehreen said she had already submitted pictures which were five years old and she had also given all the details in the yellow notice.
The additional attorney general said the interior ministry had asked for photographs of the girls, a copy of the FIR and a yellow notice form.
The joint investigation team (JIT) had also submitted its fresh report, he added. Further on in the hearing, a DIG of Sindh Police said the provincial authorities were in coordination with the Balochistan police.
Based on information, two raids were carried out in Balochistan and one in Karachi, he added, saying that some of the recovered girls were shown to the petitioner but they were not her daughters.
Hearing of the case was adjourned for one month.