The Peshawar High Court here on Thursday ordered inclusion of 7-Anti Terrorism Act against the accused in murder case of brother of alleged gang rape victim in Karak district and rejected the enquiry report of DIG Enquiry and Investigation, Sultan Hanif Orakzai.
A two-member bench of PHC, Comprising Chief Justice, Dost Muhammad Khan and Justice Waqar Ahmed Seth took strong exception over the DIG enquiry report and ruled that why contempt of court proceeding should not be initiated against him for presenting such report that was not based on facts.
The court directed DIG Kohat Idrees Khan to continue probe of the alleged gang rape case of Uzma Ayub and clod blooded murder of his brother, Alamzaib in Karak district. The court ordered inclusion of 7-ATA against the accused in the murder case of Alamzaib and adjourned the case till January 17, 2012.
IGP KPK Muhammad Akbar Khan Hoti and Secretary Health also appeared in the court with direction of conducting of DNA Test of the unborn baby of gang rape victim after the birth to ascertain factual position.
The PHC had taken strong notice of police negligence in the case and had suspended DPO Karak after killing of Uzma Ayub brother in Karak courts.
The court had also directed IGP Khyber Pakthunkhwa, Muhammad Akbar Khan Hoti to serve a show-cause notice on DIG, Kohat for not reaching on the spot after report of the incident.
The Court directed strict action against police officials found guilty in the case and submission of enquiry report within seven days before the court. The court also directed government Khyber Pakthunkhwa to provide foolproof security to Uzma Ayub and her family in Peshawar.