Balochistan security: Produce missing persons within 10 days, orders CJ

CJ takes suo motu notice of the murder of seven coal miners whose bodies were dumped in Degari area.

Web Desk July 13, 2012

QUETTA: While hearing the Balochistan security case, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry ordered that missing persons be presented at the Quetta registry of the Supreme Court within 10 days, Express News reported on Friday.

Justice Chaudhry also took suo motu notice of the murder of seven coal miners whose bodies were dumped in Degari area.

The hearing was adjourned till July 14, 2012.

During Thursday's hearing, the Frontier Corps Balochistan once again earned the Supreme Court’s wrath when it failed to comply with its orders in either presenting the ‘missing’ persons or its commandant.


Sunder Khan Afridi | 10 years ago | Reply

@Mirza: For the last almost five years the PPP and its partners are in power. Instead of paying attention to the most sensitive issue of Baluchistan, the PPP leaders are busy in making money and also covering up their previous corruption. Blaming Musharaf or anyone else will not absolve those people of their responsibility who have been in power for the last almost 5 years.

Mirza | 10 years ago | Reply

Everybody knows who has the actual power when it comes to Baluchistan. The deep state has been active there for more than a decade. The disappearance of Bloch youth, the killing of their nationalist leaders including Mr. Bugti by Gen. Mush are just a few of the "achievements" of the FC and other security agencies. Politicians come and go but the deep state and its objectives continue even after the next govt.

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