QUETTA - A five-member full bench of Balochistan High Court (BHC) has dismissed a petition recently filed against restoration of Levies Force in the province and declared it ineffective in the light of Levies Force Act, 2010. A full bench comprising Chief Justice Mr. Justice Qazi Faez Essa, Mr Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhel, Justice Syeda Tahira Safdar, Mr Justice Muhammad Noor Muskanzai and Mr. Justice Ghulam Mustafa Mengal heard the petition against restoration of Levies Force by Balochistan govt which was challenged by Naseebullah and 20 other police officers. Advocate General Balochistan Salah-ud-Din Mengal presented the gazette notification of law regarding regulation of Levies Force. According to notification, Balochistan Assembly has endorsed govt decision to restore Levies Force and determine 'A and 'B areas in the province. The court heard the arguments made by Aslam Chisti, lawyer of the petitioners. He pleaded that notification regarding restoration of Levies Force may be declared unlawful. Hadi Shakeel, Kamran Murtaza, Amanullah Kanrani,lawyer of Balochistan govt, M Riaz Ahmed Advocate, Advocate General Balochistan Salah-ud-Din Mengal, lawyer of Federal Government, Chaudhry Mumtaz Yousuf and Levies Forces lawyer Syed Ayaz Zahoor Advocate pleaded for dismissal of petition against the Force. Following their arguments court declared Constitutional petition on the part of police as ineffective under Levies Force Act 2010.