QUETTA - Frontier Constabulary (FC) Inspector General Maj-Gen Obaidullah Khattak has said that a significant decline has occurred in terrorist and criminal incidents after delegation of powers to FC under Anti-Terrorism Law.

He said this in a two-day-long commandants’ conference of FC Balochistan that held at the FC Headquarters here on Wednesday. Besides, professional issues and quality of training of jawans, the security of borders and law and order of the province was reviewed in the conference and important decisions were taken.

Stressing the need for training of jawans, the FC IG said they should be imparted latest and productive training so that they could face the challenges of the changing conditions effectively.

He reiterated that the Balochistan FC would utilise all available resources and face any challenge to ensure law and order in the province.

During the conference, the regional situation was also thoroughly reviewed and all commandants were directed to beef up checking and security at the border and make all-out efforts for the improvement of law and order situation in the province.

The FC IG praised the outstanding performance of all officers and jawans of Gazaband Scouts, saying he was proud of their performance.

He directed the commandants to seek cooperation of people from all walks of life to keep peace in Quetta.­