The Delhi High Court today appointed Advocate Dr Farrukh Khan as amicus curiae in the matter concerning the repatriation of the mortal remains of a Hindu migrant who was inadvertently buried in Saudi Arabia. (Anju Sharma vs Union of India).Khan, who joined the proceedings today, suggested that the court should frame guidelines to ensure that such incidents do not occur in future..A Single Judge Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh replied that first, the issue of bringing back the mortal remains had to be dealt with. The petition for exhumation and return of the body has been preferred by the wife of the deceased (petitioner)..Delhi High Court asks MEA official to coordinate with Saudi Embassy to facilitate repatriation of mortal remains of Hindu migrant.After a series of directions were passed by the Court to facilitate the process, Director of the Consulate, Passport & Visa Division, MEA today told the Court that the grave of the deceased had been located. .The Court was also informed that the Ministry of External Affairs and Consulate at Jeddah were in constant touch with the Saudi officials and the matter was now with the Ministry of Interior, Saudi Arabia. .Further, a power of attorney had been issued by the deceaed's family in favour of an Indian official in Saudi Arabia and legal proceedings had been initiated, it was said. .In view of the submissions, the Court listed the matter for further hearing on April 29. .Advocate Ripudaman Bhardwaj appeared for Centre. Advocate Subhash Chandran KR appeared for Petitioner.