Govt of Balochistan not serious about restoring peace: CJ

Monday, October 8th, 2012 8:30:43 by

QUETTA: While hearing a case pertaining to the security situation in Balochistan, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said Monday that the provincial government “was not serious” about restoring peace, Express News reported.

The hearing is underway by a three-member bench at the Quetta Registry of the Supreme Court.

During the hearing, the chief justice questioned Inspector General (IG) of Police on what happened to the officers who were referred for the hearing of the case.

The IG informed the court that 30 officers arrived in Balochistan the previous day and that a summary regarding their postings had been forwarded.

The chief justice directed the IG that the officers should be posted as District Police Officers (DPOs).

The chief secretary of Balochistan informed the court that there was no military operation underway in the province and that the Frontier Corps (FC) were given the authority of police for two months.

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