The Lahore High Court has asked the police to file a report over the disappearance of Canadian Sikh woman identified as Rajvindar Kaur Gill.
The court was acting on a complaint forwarded by Sikandar Singh Gill, the father of missing woman.
Gill's counsel Aftab Ahmad Bajwa informed the court that Kaur arrived in Pakistan on August 25, 2012 to attend an exhibition of diamonds in Lahore.
He said that she has had no contact with the family since her text message informing the family that she had landed in Lahore.
The Nation further quoted Bajwa, as saying that the Deputy Chief Minister of Indian Punjab, Sukhbir Singh Badal, had also taken up the issue with Punjab Province Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif.
The father made a request to court for directing the police to help him find her daughter.
Justice Sheikh Najamul Hassan issued notice to the CCPO and directed him to file a reply until December 31. (ANI)