LAHORE: The Lahore High Court has given orders for investigation to commence into the case of a man who allegedly installed a tracking device in his wife’s body to track her movements.Sughran Bibi told court her husband Saleem easily tracks her down and blackmails her. The victim told the court earlier this year that in she was “raped” by her husband and a serving judicial magistrate, Akram Azad, when they came to her house in a drunken stupor in April. She prayed to the court to order registration of case against the accused.
The court accepted her plea and ordered Ghaziabad Police Station to investigate the matter and register case against the accused. According to reports, the woman had separated from her husband and moved into her own house. One day, the accused came to her house with an accomplice and made her inhale chloroform which caused to fall unconscious.At regaining consciousness, she found herself in a hospital and with stitches on her stomach. Her suspicions about the tracker arose when her husband would easily be able to track her down. Justice Kazim Raza Shamsi gave the order for investigation to commence and for a case to be filed against the man. He further added that an FIR should be filed and submitted to the court.