By Qamar Zaman
ISLAMABAD: The arrival of a UN delegation on Monday on a 10-day mission to investigate the issue of enforced disappearances in the country has set off alarm bells in the National Assembly.
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The Supreme Court of Pakistan in its interim order in Balochistan law and order case, held Frontier Corps (FC) responsible for the disappearances in the province.
The three-member bench of the SC headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry resumed the hearing of Balochistan law and order and missing persons cases on Wednesday.
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By Shehzad Baloch
QUETTA: The apex court summoned Balochistan’s top government officials to explain progress, or lack thereof, on the issue of ‘missing persons’ during Wednesday’s hearing of a case on the volatile security situation in the province.
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