quitting - Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Maalik Baloch has dispatched a delegation of tribal elders to Khuzdar to soothe the escalating tension between Balochistan National Party-Mengal leader Sardar Akhtar Mengal and his political rival Mir Shafiqur Rehman Mengal.Government spokesman Jan Muhammad Buledi confirmed the news items, saying the delegation has been tasked for holding talks with Akhtar Mengal and his political opponent Mir Shafiqur Mengal. The delegation, comprising provincial cabinet member Nawab Muhammad Khan Shahwani, MNA Sardar Kamal Khan Bangulzai, Mir Kabir Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, left for Khuzdar for holding talks between the two political rival groups. The tribal elders would make efforts to bring tensed relations to normalcy between Sardar Akhtar Mengal and Mir Shafiqur Rehman to restore peace in the area. The spokesman said the CM had also ordered local administration to play its role for restoration of peace in the area and warned the security officials concerned against any negligence in this regard. A situation of tension has been prevailing in Khuzdar district as members of both parties had set up bankers, taking position against each other.On the other hand, two vehicles were set ablaze in Wadh area of Khuzdar and another was damaged badly in an incident of firing. However, no loss of life was reported.Reportedly, two vehicles of a private company, en route to Karachi, were set on fire in the area of Wadh as a strike was being observed in the area. The sources said that the road permit of a vehicle and its legal documents were also burnt. In another incident, unknown armed men opened indiscriminate firing on a truck. As a result, tyres of the truck burst; however, no loss of life was reported in the incident.Hindu community facing problemsPakhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party MPA Obaidullah Babat has said the poor law and order situation in the province is posing serious issues for minorities, particularly the Hindu community. He raised this issue on a point of order during the Balochistan Assembly session that met with Deputy Speaker Qadoos Bezinjo here Friday. He stressed for taking serious steps to ensure law and order in the province, adding that despite presence of police and other law enforcement agencies, the outlaws are free to move with weapons in their tinted vehicles.He said all minorities especially the Hindu community are badly suffering from deteriorated law and order as a number of Hindu families are migrating from their native areas. “Administration is silent while commissioners and responsible are not present on their duties”, he added. Upon this, Chief Minister Dr Abdul Maalik Baloch assured the House that a mechanism was being evolved in this connection and there would be a check on administration. “We have dispatched monitoring teams for Chaman, Mastung and Kalat to take action against the officers found absent from their duties.”Speaking on a point of order, minority member Santosh Kumar said that steps should be taken for rehabilitation of Hindus who had migrated from Dera Bugti since they were facing a lot of difficulties.PML-N MPA Sarfraz Bugti said the rehabilitation of displaced Hindu community was an important issue as Hindus used to run their business in the area, but their displacement has badly affected economic activities in the areas.Earlier, the CM tabled details of the approved expenditures 2013-14.