ISLAMABAD - An aggrieved mother has appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to bring to justice the murderers of her son Farooq, who had been allegedly kidnapped and later killed by four influential persons of Azakhel, District Noshehra. According to the details provided by Liaquat Bibi, her son went missing after going out of home with one Shehryar son of Siffat Gul on April 14. After 15 days, on April 29, Farooqs bagged corpse was found in a canal near Pabbi, district Noshehra, she added. Liaquat Bibi, widow of Mastan Khan, further narrated that her son had already nominated the said four persons, including his two brothers-in-law in a written application filed with the Police Station Azakhel that he felt threat to his life from them. She wailed that despite Farooqs written application in his lifetime, police hadnt so far arrested and investigated the accused. She said right after her son went missing, her family tried to inquire Shehryar, with whom he had left home, as to what happened to her son but Shehryars family didnt allow them to meet him. Later, in police investigation, Shehryar denied that he had taken Farooq out of his home, she added. Bibi said that police were backing the accused, as they were influential people of the locality. Among the two accused other than Farooqs in-laws, one is serving in a secret agency while the other one is union council nazim, she explained. She said that police hadnt registered FIR of her sons disappearance and later, when his bagged corpse was found, the FIR was registered against unknown people by police on their own. Regarding the background of murder, Bibi said that her sons in-laws owed Rs 1,68,000 to her son and that her sons wife had also left him due to some family problems. Besides, she said, Farooq had relations with the sister of the other two accused persons, which could be the possible cause of his murder. Farooqs mother, along with her son Yehya Khan, who is also serving as a driver in the said project, had come to meet Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry but in vain. She appealed to him to administer them justice and bring murderers of her son to books.