The media has been debating the death of four persons in custody of security forces in the past few days. Chaudhary Nisar also took up the point in parliament and asked the Army leadership not to support the mafia engaged in illegal acts. However,according to a reliable information 11 suspects of adiala jail were detained legally by security agencies and they hve been recognized as hard core terrorists who planned and executed Hamza Camp Bus attack and and GHQ attack on November 24 – 2007 and also Kamra missile attack on January, 2008. These suspects were apprehended on various dates from different locations and produced in the court of law. However due to lack of evidence the accused were acquitted by the court of law. All these accused during the course of court proceeding had not only been threatening Superintendent Adiala Jail and the Judge but also to their families if they were punished.
Same very day the accused were apprehended on the order of DCO under section 16, MPO. However on 28 May 2010 LHC, Rawalpindi Bench declared the detention illegal. On the day of release the accomplices of these terrorists (under the disguise of intelligence agencies) took them to their safe havens in FATA. To cover up their move to FATA their families filed writ petition in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, declaring them as missing persons. Under the direction of Supreme Court, LEA carried out operations in FATA and recovered 20 suspects from there including these 11 persons. Detainees were being interned under “ Action in Aid of Civil Power Regulation 2011 d for FATA/PATA
As per orders of Supreme Court 3 Meetings of all suspects were arranged, in January, September and December, 2011 by security agencies with their family members. All those family members who met with the suspects signed and verified the meetings and record of it is also available. Sources dislosing about the death of 4 suspects out of 11 detainees of adiala jail said that during the course of proceeding 4 suspects unfortunately died in Hospital on different dates due to their ailment.