QUETTA - Inspector General of Police Balochistan Javed Ali Shah Bukhari has said that cases of missing persons were being registered in accordance with the decision of Supreme Court. Talking to newsmen in Khzudar on Sunday, he said that nobody was above the law of the land and asked the relatives of missing persons to register the cases of their missing relatives at the concerned police station. Referring to police strike, IG police said that the demands of police personnel were genuine but the way they protested was absolutely wrong. Besides solving other problems of police, I hope funds will be allocated for the increase in the salaries of police under Aghaz-e-Haqooq Balochistan Package, he added. He said police and Frontier Corps (FC) were two different organisations working within the separate ambits and added that police should be taken into confidence by FC before taking any action. To a query, Mr Javed Ali Shah said probe into the firing incident on rally of Baloch Students Organisation in Khuzdar was underway and a committee was working on it. He directed DPO Khuzdar to investigate the abduction of Khair Bakhsh Baloch, a leader of National Party who was abducted from a local hotel by unknown people. He said though law and order situation of Balochistan was not satisfactory but despite lack of facilities and resource police was striving hard to curb crimes and terrorism. DIG headquarter Riaz, DIG special branch Ghaffor Kasi, DIG Quetta operations Asif Ejaz Sheik and other high ranking police officials were also present on this occasion. Earlier, IG police also addressed a gathering at Police Lines and the employees apprised IG of their problems and also gave written applications.