ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Balochistan Government to review its compensation policy for payment to legal heirs of those killed, injured in target killings, bomb blasts and sectarian violence. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry was hearing a constitutional petition of President Balochistan High Court Bar Association (BHCBA) against the federation and the law enforcement agencies. President BHCBA Hadi Shakeel Ahmed has made Inspector General Police (IGP), Balochistan, IG Frontier Corps Balochistan, heads of three top intelligence agencies, federal government through Attorney General for Pakistan, and provincial government through Advocate General Balochistan as respondents. During the proceeding, Additional Attorney General Balochistan Azam Khan, submitting a report prepared by Chief Secretary Balochistan, informed the court that according to the provincial government compensation policy Rs400,000 and Rs100,000 is being paid to the legal heirs of the deceased and injured person respectively, while 20,00,000 is being paid to the family members of martyred police, Balochistan Constabulary, Levies and civil servants. The Chief Justice questioned why there was huge difference between the compensation paid to killed civilians and the police and FC personnel. He said there should be no disparity and it was big cruelty and injustice. Justice Muhammad Sair Ali said it seemed that the train of dead bodies running, but the provincial government has placed them in 1st, 2nd and 3rd categories. He said it was ok that the government pays high compensation to police and FC personnel, killed during the performance of duty, adding but there should be some justification to it. The AAG Balochistan said the government has paid Rs456 million as compensation to the legal heirs of 262 dead, 507 injured and 628 properties damaged in bomb blasts, sectarian violence and target killing from August 2006 to May 2011. While Rs215 million have been paid to the legal heirs of martyred and injured police personnel. He said that Rs155.70 million distributed among the legal heirs of 203 Frontier Constabulary. Azam also informed that the personnel of provincial uniformed forces and civil servants are allowed payment worth Rs5,00,000 to legal heirs of people sustained injuries during the performance of their duty. He said the government was making all efforts for the payment of compensation to the victims of target killing incidents. To ensure the payment of compensation to the family members, the Home Department of Balochistan Government through advertisement in all leading newspaper had informed the victims about the compensation policy of Balochistan Government. The AAG Balochistan said to process the claims of the victims of target killing incidents, district compensation committees have been established in all district of the province. The committees are responsible to receive the claims from legal heirs and after scrutiny forward these to the Home Department for approval. In Kharotabad incident the Inquiry Tribunal has submitted the report. The Chief Justice has asked him that after making it public provide a copy of it to the Supreme Court. Azam informed, The law and order situation in the country as a whole is not normal, however, the Government of Balochistan with the support of the federal government is making all out efforts to improve the situation. Hearing was adjourned for three weeks.