QUETTA: Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP)Chairperson ZohraYousaf has said that recovery of dead bodies of missingpersons, target and sectarian killings, and kidnappings for ransom were a question mark on the performance of the government. She expressed her grave concern over human rights violation in Balochistan as she addressed a press conference at MPAhostel here on Saturday. She was flanked by Dr Mehdi Hassan, HussainNaqi, Kamran Arifadvocate and HabibTahiradvocate. She informed that in order to examine human rights in BalochistanHRCP sentdifferent teams to Quetta, Khuzdar and Turbat from May 4 to 7 and prepared afactual report. According to the report, 125decomposed dead bodies of Baloch missing persons had been recovered so far,of which 33 were recovered from Khuzdar only, she told the media. Torture marks on dead bodieswere visible that increased grief of the relatives of missingpersons, she added. Zohra said that through a well-knit plan doctors and teachers werebeing targeted while incidents of kidnapping for ransom,sectarian killing and terrorism have made the life miserable, and citizens were feeling themselves to be absolutely insecuredue to deteriorating law and order situation.She also condemned rocket and gun attack on members of Hazara community inQuetta in which six people, including a woman, were killed and more than a dozen were wounded. She regretted that within few months two members of HRCP, SiddiqEidoBaloch and NaheemSabir, were killed in Balochistan. Theseincidents show that government has miserably failed to provide security tothe masses, she said. The securityforces and not the government were wielding the real powers, which was further deteriorating the situation.She said that government should avoid solving issues through force as it further widens gap among the different peoples.