QUETTA: Inspector General Frontier Corps (IGFC) Major-General Obaidullah Khan informed the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday that only 12% of the 50,000 FC personnel are natives of Balochistan, Express News reported.
The IGFC told this to Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad, who was hearing a case in the Quetta Registry pertaining to the security situation and missing persons issue in Balochistan.
The chief justice said that the motive of conducting the hearings was to restore peace in the province and to recover missing persons.
Justice Chaudhry said that no one, including FC, police and Levies forces, feels secure in the region.
The counsel for FC, SM Zafar informed the court that there are 21,500 posts of the FC and 24% FC personnel have been deployed to protect security installations in the province and around 16,000 FC personnel are tasked to oversee security.