ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani has ordered to constitute special laws regarding missing persons.
A high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani in Islamabad‚ reviewed law and order situation and developmental activities in Balochistan.
The meeting was also attended among others by Chief Minister Balochistan‚ Muhammad Aslam Raisani‚ Federal Ministers of Interior‚ Finance‚ Law and Justice‚ Information‚ Postal Services‚ Food Security‚ Science and Technology.
The meeting decided that no law-enforcement agency will issue any "Rahdari" in Balochistan and the existing "Rahdaris" will stand ceased forthwith.
It was also decided that no one will be allowed to drive vehicles with tinted glasses or glazed papers. Besides‚ non-custom paid vehicles will not be allowed to ply on the roads.
The meeting also decided that temporary permission already granted to non-custom paid vehicles also stand cancelled with immediate effect.
The Prime Minister will undertake a two-day visit to Balochistan from tomorrow to meet a cross section of society.
The Prime Minister directed that Interior Minister and Chief Minister of Balochistan will meet at regular intervals to review law and orders situation in Balochistan especially in Quetta.
The prime minister directed law ministry to formulate necessary laws with respect to missing persons and make necessary amendments in anti-terrorism law.
He directed all law-enforcement agencies to remain extra-ordinary vigilant of inimical forces which are creating disturbance in Balochistan.