QUETTA - Balochistan Inspector General of Police Rao Muhammad Amin Hashim has stated that a project has been started for collecting the complete data of locals, non-locals and foreigners living in the provincial capital which will be helpful in identifying the people particularly those involved in criminal activities and terrorism. He said this while talking to the media men in his first meeting with the media at police office on Thursday. He said in the wake of growing apprehension that foreigners who were involved in terrorist activities were residing with impunity, a project had been initiated in the city to collect the complete data of the residents. Every police station staff has been asked to collect the data of people living in its jurisdiction while property dealers have also been asked to fully cooperate with the police by handing over all their records of sellers or buyers, tenants and land lords of the properties in their area, he added. The IG said through this process the police would also be able to have complete information about the people living in their area and would help identify the people involved in criminal activities and terrorism. He said the project was launched fifteen days ago and the House Station Officers had been given one month time to complete the process. He said later on help would also be sought from the Nadra to verify the information in the light of the data collected under the project. When asked about the recovery of dead bodies of Baloch missing persons and allegations leveled against the intelligence and law enforcing agencies, the police chief said in the light of court orders officers of police stations had been directed to entertain the complaints of relatives of the slain missing persons in the form of registration of FIRs against any one. He said he could assure that if any body came to police station and wanted to register a case against him (IG Police), he could do that. He said if someone from the bereaved families of the slain missing persons wanted to register a case against any intelligence or law enforcing agency, the police would entertain his complaint and then it was up to him to prove it in the court of law. He said so far 38 persons were missing and there were conflicting reports about majority of them.