PESHAWAR – Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Monday ordered the government to provide complete security, shelter, food items and other daily use stuffs to the Afghan couple, who eloped from Afghanistan for love, got married on their own will and was now receiving life threats. Peshawar High Court, Chief Justice, Dost Mohammad Khan had taken a suo moto notice three days after a news aired in various media that an Afghan couple was receiving life threats after marriage on their own will. The Afghan couple - Hewad and Maryam - were also present in the court. They told the two-member divisional bench headed by Chief Justice Dost Mohammad Khan and Justice Shah Jehan Akhunzada that they had married on their own will some 20 days back in Afghanistan. They said they had security threats, which led them to escape and come to Pakistan. Ishaq, on behalf of Abdul Rehman, claimed that Maryam had married to his brother Abdul Rehman some six years back and had two daughters naming Haseen and Sana. Maryam told the court that she had never married to Abdur Rehman and that two girls were not her daughters, adding that they were daughters of her sister. The court observed that it showed laziness on the part of police that the Afghan couple wad arrested on July 16 but FIR was registered on July 19. In this connection, the count summoned SP Cantt, Abbottabad, and in-charge of Darul Aman on the next hearing to be held on July 13, 2012. The court ordered the arrest of Ishaq when he presented a fake Afghan identity card on the occasion. Besides, the court ordered the government to provide full security, food, protective shelter and other daily use stuffs to the Afghan couple immediately.The next hearing into the case will be held on July 31.