LAHORE - The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday sought report till August 4 from Secretary Defence about the whereabouts of missing doctor of Jinnah Hospital after taking information from the secret agencies. In the order Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry noted that secretary defence should appear in person in the court if he fails to get any information from the secret agencies about Jinnah Hospitals missing doctor. Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chau-dhry was hearing the petition filed by Muhammad Ismail, father of Dr Ali Abdullah who allegedly in illegal custody of agency namely ISI. The petitioner had submitted that his son Dr Ali Abdullah worked in Jinnah Hospital and was missing for many days. He alleged that personnel of secret agencies abducted him when he was on his way to home from the hospital. Ismail submitted that a person was constantly calling him and asking for information about his son. He said he might be the personnel of some secret agencies. At this the judge also ordered the defence secretary to file reply from that person also and bar him from threatening the petitioner. The judge observed that the ISI is not above the law and the agency cannot lift the innocent citizens without giving any reasons or telling about their whereabouts to the families of such lifted persons. The judge said no one can be detained without revealing allegations against him. The judge said that if they had any information against the doctor, they must make it public. It is unconstitutional to keep a citizen detained without any proves against him. The petitioner requested the court to issue directions for federal and provincial government to get his son recovered and produce him before the court.