ISLAMABAD - Hearing the Balochistan law and order and missing persons case, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Tuesday said the federal government is not realising the gravity of the situation in Balochistan and nobody is serious in enforcing the constitution. Heading a two-member bench, the chief justice stated: Why we want to find an out-of-box solution to our problems when the solution is in the constitution. The chief justice observed that an extensive security apparatus is operating in the province, but in many cases the abducted people even kept in roadside buildings couldnt be traced by the authorities due to lack of coordination. The CJP directed Chief Secretary Balochistan Ahmed Bux Lehri, present in the court, to take the agencies/authorities concerned (ISI, MI and IB) into confidence in order to improve the law and order, as they are also answerable to the courts and other institutions under the constitution. The court noticed there was no coordination among the departments. The chief justice said that at least the chief secretary and the home secretary of the province should be aware of the whereabouts of the missing persons. The chief justice noticed that the administration continues to claim improvement in the situation despite everyday news of pipelines and bridges being blown up. He said the people do not feel safe to travel from Quetta to Bolan or Nasirabad as daily there are target killings. Balochistan Advocate General Salahuddin Mengal submitted reports on behalf of the provincial government. He said in 2010, around 244 persons were target-killed, 56 went missing, 59 kidnapped for ransom and 123 bodies were found dumped at different places. The court expressed grave concern that criminals involved in kidnapping and target killings have not been arrested as yet. Balochistan High Court Bar Association President Hadi Shakeel Ahmed, the petitioner, remarked that people in the province firmly believe that their dear ones have been kidnapped by the agencies.The chief secretary, briefing the court about the steps taken by the provincial government, said that delimitation process of constituencies is ongoing in urban and rural areas of the province. He said that Balochistan is the first province that had passed the Local Government Bill. He said the things would not improve unless economic activities are generated in Balochistan. He said that they have recruited 1,500 Levies who would be posted at sensitive locations after training. The secretary said that in the past, the people were not provided with jobs and there was no road network. The chief justice remarked that these comes under the long-term planning, but now you should take some short-term measures, because if the governor, the chief secretary and the Inspector General Police Balochistan are not safe, how an ordinary citizen would feel secure himself. The AG Balochistan stated that police are only in 15 per cent areas while the rest of the province is under the control of Levies, a federal force. The chief justice said that there should be an independent force as maintaining law and order is the primary responsibility of the province. The chief secretary stated that they were also working on political lines and planning to hold jirgas at divisional level. Justice Ghulam Rabbani said that there were 6,000 jobs to be filled in the federal government departments. He asked how many Balochis were given jobs. The chief secretary stated that they have accommodated 5,000 locals in the government sector, adding job opportunities have been made available in Gwadar. The CJP said when peoples lives are not safe, how they would go to jobs. Hadi stated so far the power has not been devolved to the Balochistan government of those departments that were delegated to provinces. The AG said police have recovered two judges Sibi District and Sessions Judge Jan Muhammad Gohar and Civil Judge Muhammad Ali who were kidnapped last week, adding that police are making efforts to recover abducted lawyers Saleem Akhtar, Tahir Hussain and Agha Zahid. The hearing was adjourned for four weeks.