ISLAMABAD - Hopes are fading away for Fatima Rana, a German citizen married to a Pakistani national, to get justice.Fatima, currently residing in Switzerland, has a reason to think the same. She wants to travel to Pakistan to pursue a case of murder of her son, but German government warned her not to travel to Pakistan as it believes she might risk her life in doing so.Meanwhile a court in Pakistan wants her to appear in person to identify the murderers of her 14 years old son Adil Zulfiqar Rana, a student of class 9th, who was shot dead in Gujranwala on 12 October 2010, and a case was pending in district and sessions court in Gujranwala district.Fatima wants the court to bring murderers of her son to justice but court wants her to travel to Pakistan to appear in person to identify the assailants of her son, as she was the only witness of murder of her son and nephew. The district and sessions court of Gujranwala has fixed the next hearing of case on 7 February 2013 and already summoned her to appear before the case in person to identify the murderers. Non-compliance with court order may prompt the court to set the accused free, Fatima’s counsel, a renowned lawyer of Gujranwala district believes.Warned by the German Embassy in Pakistan to not to travel to Pakistan as they believe accused may take her life as well, Fatima believes it was hard for the court to book the accused without her testimony. But she knows it was risky for her to travel to Pakistan to pursue case of murder of her son in a local court of Gujranwala.“Memories of cold blooded murder of my son Adil Zulfiqar Rana and nephew Shafqat Rana still haunt me even after the passage of three years. Both were shot dead before my eyes and I can recognise the accused very well. I want the court to do justice with my son, nephew and my family,” Fatima Rana cried while speaking to TheNation from Switzerland.Adil Zulfiqar Rana was shot dead on 12 October 2010 in Gujranwala. Her mother, Fatima Rana (German name Silke Rassmann) was accompanying her son in the same car when murderers intercepted them and sprayed her son Adil and nephew Shafqat with bullets killing him at the spot. Fatima reported the incident to Gujranwala police in the evening on the same day prompting the police to register an FIR against accused including Aorangzeb, Tabraiz and Mudassir and four others. Police had arrested the accused and a case was still pending in a local court of Gujranwala district. Following final ritual of her son, Fatima proceeded to Switzerland keeping in view danger to her life. Since then, says Fatima, the case is pending in a local court of district Gujranwala while next hearing has been fixed on 7 February.“Court wants me to appear in person to identify the murderers of my son and nephew. But, I fear the accused may attempt to kill me as well. I am struck in between devil and deep sea,” Fatima told TheNation requesting government of Pakistan to facilitate her to do testimony by video conferencing.Fatima said she had written a letter to Pakistan’s Embassy in Switzerland to facilitate her by providing video conferencing facility so that she may identify the murderers of her son and nephew. “I am ready to identify the killers of my son and nephew through video conference facility. Please accommodate me in this regards,” Fatima Rana had asked Pakistan’s Ambassador to Switzerland. However, the Ambassador did not bother to reply to her.Fatima Rana has requested Chief Justice of Pakistan to take notice of her plight and direct the concerned authorities to facilitate her to record her testimony through videoconference.“Keeping in view the risk involved to my life in case if travel to Pakistan to pursue case of murder of my son, I appeal to Chief Justice of Pakistan to ask authorities to give me opportunity to identify killers of my son and nephew via videoconference,” Fatima Rana appealed to Chief Justice of Pakistan justice Iftikhar Chaudhry.