QUETTA - Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Balochistan President, Tahir Hussain advocate while expressing serious concern over the violation of human rights and deteriorating law and order situation in the province has said 188 mutilated bodies of political workers had been recovered during the last one year. During the 83 incidents of target killing 50 people were killed, he said addressing a press conference flanked by President Balochistan High Court Bar Association Zahoor Shahwani advocate here on Saturday. He said decomposed bodies of 188 people including political workers were found from different desolated areas of the province who were also bearing torture marks. He said 50 had been murdered in 83 separate incidents of target killing in the province. HRCP is greatly concerned by the recovery of decomposed bodies and targeted killings, he added. Tahir also condemned the incident of acid attack on women teachers in Quetta few days back and urged government for taking practical steps to curb occurrence of such heinous crimes. The government has no writ across the province and people are feeling themselves insecure due to lawlessness, robbery and deteriorating law and order, he claimed adding, that besides other government officials, representatives in the administration had also fallen the victim of target killing and kidnapping for ransom. He said HRCP had published repeatedly three reports on Balochistans situation and asked government to avoid using force to solve province issue because now the issue had become a risk for the security of the country. Referring to minorities, HRCP Balochistan president said minorities particularly people belonging to Hindu community were facing threats including that of kidnapping for ransom, forced change of religion and forced marriage. Because of these threats minorities avoid sending their children to schools, he added. He said that more than 50 people hailing from Hindu community were kidnapped in the past few years and most of abductees were released after paying huge ransom by their kith and kin. He demanded of the government to ensure the security of all people including minorities and take practical steps for improving law and order.