Islamabad, June 30(ANI): The wife of a 'missing person' in Pakistan has rejected the country's spy agencies' claim that he was killed by al Qaeda, and accusing the agencies of detaining her husband, she has demanded that his grave be exhumed for confirmation in this regard.
The Supreme Court was informed that two missing persons- Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz- had been killed by al Qaeda six years back, the Dawn reports.
Pakistan's Additional Attorney General Karim Khan Agha told a three-member bench hearing the missing persons cases that the data gathered from laptops in possession of Janjua and Faraz showed their links with al Qaeda.
He said Janjua and Faraz had been killed some six years back, and that this was highlighted by the media as well.
However, Amna Masood Janjua, wife of Masood Janjua and chairperson of the Defence of Human Rights, claimed that her husband and Faisal Faraz had been alive and were in the custody of sensitive agencies.
She demanded that their graves should be exhumed and DNA tests be carried out to determine their identity.
Subsequently, Justice Javed Iqbal, one of the three judges hearing the case, has directed Amna to provide evidence supporting her claims in his chamber. (ANI)
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