On this, DIG FC said that holding FC responsible for the missing persons was regrettable.
IG police Rao Ameen Hashim assured the court that police would recover the missing persons.
The bench continued to record statements of the relatives of missing persons at Quetta Registry and recorded the statements of 50 persons. The bench also held an unprecedented 15-hour-long sitting to record the statements of the relatives of 47 missing persons on Wednesday.
The SC on Wednesday blasted the intelligence outfits and the Balochistan chief executive, among others, and summoned the province’s Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani, Home Minister Mir Zafar Zehri and the ISI sector in-charge to appear before the bench.
The court also alleged that the federal and provincial governments had failed to address the issue of the missing persons.
Taking serious note of the two different statement of the provincial home minister regarding the involvement of the provincial ministers in the heinous crimes, the chief justice said that the home minister had maligned the constitutional government by making a false statement.
The chief justice directed the home minister to appear before the court and justify his statement on Friday to avoid action against him.
He maintained that on the part of provincial government until now absolutely no response has been witnessed regarding the law and order situation in Balochistan which tells us that no one is serious to resolve the plight of the masses.
Expressing dissatisfaction on the contention of the acting DIG police Hamdi Shakeel, he noted that there would be no gains until the credible information about the missing persons is revealed.
“Our government does not know who had picked up the missing persons, security agencies are blank on it then who else knows about these missing people,” he said adding no one seems ready to heal the wounds of the suffering masses.
Justice Khilji Arif said that we have observed people feel that forces have failed to live up to their expectations which they have now posed in courts.
The chief justice remarked that every person who appeared here had held FC responsible for the disappearances taking place in the province.
The bench recorded as many as 65 statements of the relatives of missing persons.