SC issued interim verdict in Balochistan law and order case.
A three-member bench of apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry heard the Balochistan law and order case in SC Quetta registry on Friday.
The bench issued interim verdict in Balochistan law and order case.
In its interim order, the court said that the government has failed to recover missing persons and end incidents of mutilated bodies and abduction for ransom.
The bench ordered the government to take constitutional steps to restore peace in province.
The court also ordered to make arrangements for the settlement of those migrated from Dera Bugti.
The bench said that the federal and provincial government hasn’t cooperated with the court despite assurances. The bench barred agencies from issuing transit permits of illegal arms and vehicles. The case will be heard on October 31 in Islamabad.