ISLAMABAD (INP) - The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the top police officials of Punjab and Sindh, and the secretary interior to attend the next hearing in the missing persons case. Two-member bench of the apex court comprising Justice Javed Iqbal and Justice Nasirul Mulk directed both the interior and foreign ministries secretaries to attend each and every hearing of the case. The apex court also ordered to reconstitute the commission for the investigation of the missing persons' case within two days. Staff Reporter adds: The Supreme Court directed the Sindh and Punjab IGPs to submit a comprehensive report about the missing persons in their respective provinces. Justice Javed Iqbal remarked the government had only two options - either to recover the missing persons or to take action on the basis of evidences. He said no intelligence agency was above the law. Defence of Human Rights Pakistan Chairperson Amna Janjua told the court that with every passing day the number of missing persons was rising. She said 248 persons were missing by January 2011, of them 130 belonged to Punjab, 79 to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 18 to Balochistan, 16 to Sindh, five to Azad Jammu and Kashmir and six belonged to the tribal areas. Sindh Additional Inspector General (Legal) Babar Anis submitted a report about the missing persons. The MQM representatives told the court they were not aware about the report. Then Justice Javed inquired from the Sindh AIG how he had prepared the report without associating the complainants and the legal heirs of the victims. The MQM representative said that families of 25 missing persons appeared before the commission and they were not satisfied with the amount of compensation. Justice Javed said it had become trend that NGOs working for human rights give exaggerated figures of the missing persons to media without providing details of those people. He said there were many people who went missing for some personal benefits. The honourable judge asked the NGO representatives to provide complete detail of persons whom they claim were missing. The hearing regarding compensation to the victims would be held on June 27. In an earlier hearing, Additional Attorney General K K Agha informed the Supreme Court that the government was considering to give a monthly allowance of Rs 60,000 to the families of missing persons who had been missing for the last seven years. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court ordered the additional secretaries of the interior and foreign affairs ministries to appear before the apex court on every hearing to reply in the case regarding Pakistanis languishing in foreign jails. The officials of both the ministries told the court that 103 Pakistanis were languishing in jails abroad and only eight of them were brought to the country. Justice Javed Iqbal expressed dissatisfaction over the performance of ministries and remarked: It appeared that jails worldwide are filled with the Pakistanis. The judge asked the officials to submit comprehensive detail under which crimes the Pakistanis were detained in foreign jails. The court decided to take up Lal Masjid case on June 29. The hearing was adjourned till two weeks.