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CJ BHC has labeled missing persons as the biggest problem and asserted will not stay silent on the issue

Chief Justice Hashim Kakar of the Balochistan High Court emphasized that the province’s most significant challenges include missing persons, the discovery of mutilated bodies, and incidents of women being killed in the name of honor. He affirmed his commitment to not remaining silent on these matters.

Additionally, the Chief Justice pledged to expedite the resolution of pending cases as swiftly as possible.

The Quetta Bar Association hosted an event to commemorate the appointment of the Chief Justice and the retirement of Justice Nazir Langove.

Addressing the gathering, the Chief Justice pledged to ensure the swift resolution of pending cases during his tenure.

Justice Hashim Kakar highlighted that missing persons represent the most significant challenge in Balochistan. Additionally, he noted the disturbing discovery of mutilated bodies, particularly those of local children.

Furthermore, he expressed concern over the disappearance of youths from the province, emphasizing that their families often remain unaware of their whereabouts.

Justice Kakar decried the killing of innocent individuals in the name of honor, emphasizing his refusal to stay silent on such matters within the province. He underscored the alarming statistic that 300 women had been slain in Naseerabad under false pretenses of honor.

Furthermore, he pointed out that in Mangocher tehsil of Kalat, 20 incomplete buildings had been abandoned roadside since 2014, despite the expenditure of Rs2 billion thus far.

The Chaman Master Plan Project, amounting to Rs1.79 billion, encompassed the construction of 550 shops, cold storage facilities, warehouses, a bus stand, a truck stand, and an international-style vegetable market.

Emphasizing the project’s public nature, he highlighted that it does not belong to any individual but rather involves public funds. He lamented the cessation of work on the project when the individual who initiated it came into power.

He further mentioned that the additional chief secretary had been directed to ensure the implementation of the projects within a month. Additionally, he stated his intention to visit Chaman in 10 days and Mangocher in 15 days.

“I am committed to overseeing the progress of these projects. I will not overlook any challenges the country is confronting,” he asserted.

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