The Supreme Court of Pakistan annoyed over Sindh Inspector General Police for not submitting report over the targeted killing of wife and daughter of Mir Mukhtiar Dmoki, a sitting legislator of Balochistan Assembly.
A three-member bench of SC headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry summoned the IG in Islamabad as the bench put off the hearing of Balochistan law and order case to April 12.
The court, earlier, had expressed dissatisfaction over a report filed by the Sindh police into the killing of Domki family.
The bench would take up the case on 12 in Islamabad and later from April 30 would again hear the case in Quetta registry of the apex court.
During the hearing the court ordered the authorities to lodge cases against government officials involved in kidnapping for ransom.