The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday expressed its concerns over prevailing law and order situation in Balochistan and sought details from security agencies for in-camera review of a government report.

According to a private television channel, before adjourning the case till April 3, the three-member SC bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry ordered Balochistan government to submit a detailed report on target-killings and kidnapping for ransom incidents in the province over the last three years.

During course of the hearing, the CJP directed ISI, IB and MI authorities to indicate the points on which they would brief the court in an in-camera hearing.

The CJP ordered IG Balochistan to get released Advocate Hamza Shehwani before the next hearing, and directed the agencies to prepare details to Balochistan’s missing persons.

“The Chief Secretary is responsible for the law and order in Balochistan. Give us a plan on it which we will send to the government…The court is not helpless, it can issue orders,” the CJP said in his remarks.