Commander Southern Command Lt Gen Javed Zia has said that no military offensive is being launched in any part of Balochistan adding that the law and order situation is improving in the province. Pakistan Army is not conducting an operation anywhere in Balochistan. The Army as a central institution on the request of Balochistan Govt is providing training and facilities to all law enforcing agencies, he said while addressing the concluding ceremony of eight week Police Anti Terrorist Training session held under the aegis of the Pakistan Army on Monday. The ceremony was attended by senior civil and military officials, this is the third training session held under the Army. Overall 108 Jawans participated in the training session. The Aim of the training is to enhance the capability of law enforcing agencies so that terrorism could be countered with a comprehensive and effective strategy for ensuring law and order Talking about the law and order situation in Balochistan the commander said although the law and order situation in Balochistan is improving gradually but still things are not completely satisfactory. He said in Balochistan the Levis forces are passing through phase of completion. He said that sense of deprivation is a key issue in Balochistan and when this is improved the law and order situation in Balochistan would improve itself. He said that by August 14 this year we are hopeful that we would be seeing an improved situation in Balochistan which would be felt by everyone including the Baloch people. Lt Gen Javed Zia said that insurgency in Balochistan is fading out and all the law enforcing agencies in Balochistan through mutual cooperation are working for the improvement in law and order. Jawans showing exemplary performance during the training were given awards.