ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior to submit comprehensive report over the prevailing law and order situation in the Balochistan province.
The three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Nasir-ul- Mulk resumed hearing of the case.
Attorney for Balochistan government Shahid Hamid apprised the court that sixteen Frontier Constabulary personnel can not be investigated as FC did not work under the provincial government.
He said that the provincial government has chalked out a plan for the safety of Doctors and out of 80 doctors recommended by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) foolproof security have been provided to 16 doctors.
He said that Rs 20,000 expenditure occurred on the safety of each doctor and total expenditure to be Rs 300 million.
During the course of proceedings, Irfan Qadir, counsel for FC told the court that FC was not involved in the matter of missing persons.
Chairman Voice of Missing Person Balochistan Nasar Ullah Baloch also appeared before the court and prayed to summon FC officials in court.
He also requested the bench to include Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain in the bench as they are aware of the case.
Justice Saqib Nisar remarked that FC should clear its position regarding missing persons from Balochistan.
On this, Shahid Hamid asked the bench to shift the case to Balochistan High Court.
Nasar Ullah said that if the court referred the case to BHC the matter would not be resolved.
President Balochistan High Court Bar Association told the court that 25 bodies were found in a unmarked grave (ditch) near Khuzdar and case should be solved in the interest of the country.
The court seeking detailed report from Ministries of Defence and Interior adjourned the hearing till February 13.