Levies Force restored in Balochistan

Express April 15, 2010


The independent administrative status of the Levies Force in 21 districts of Balochistan has been restored to the position they enjoyed before their merger with the Balochistan police.

In a notification, the Government of Balochistan announced that the Levies Force will now control 95 percent of the province.

All Levies personnel who were transferred to the Balochistan police have been transferred to Levies Force.

All B area police stations will be controlled by the Balochistan Levies Force and all property of the Levies Force used by the police will be transferred back.


suleman | 13 years ago | Reply Seen your coverage about Balochistan its good, however more indebt coverage should be undertaken to attract readers. Your newspaper is yet to be made available in Quetta, I am aure that it could have a good market provided certain steps are taken. Being a senior newsmen myself ,I strongly beleive that if leading newspapers of the country provide adequate coverage to a particular part i.e either come out with a local page ot move a step forward by coming out with local edition, it could pay off in the shape of strong readership and of course could also ensure revenue generation. Balochistan Province from coverage point of view is untapped and as such things could be exploited. All concerned in the Exprees Tribunt should look into it. Wish the team all the best.
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