QUETTA: Passing an interim order in the Balochistan law and order case on Friday, the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry ruled that the Balochistan government has failed to implement the Constitution and in protecting the basic human rights in the province, Express News reported Friday.
The SC stated that the Crime Investigation Department (CID) should investigate law and order cases in the province.
The interim order added that the CID should present a challan of the cases to the Balochistan High Court, while the chief secretary and the defence secretary should submit a progress report in the Supreme Court within 15 days.
Asking the Balochistan government to make efforts to eliminate the inferiority complex instilled in the Baloch youth, the interim order maintained that in the future, no one will be allowed to issue a transit pass and no car will be used without customs duty.
The order added that kidnappings for ransom, targeted killings and emergence of mutilated bodies have not stopped despite the court orders. The FC is blamed for every third missing person, but even FC has lost 432 personnel due to the deteriorating law and order situation, the order said.
The hearing was adjourned till October 31.
Read full court order here.