The Supreme Court ordered Balochistan’s Chief Secretary to submit a comprehensive report on the killings in the past three years. –File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Balochistan’s Chief Secretary Ahmad Bakhsh Lehri, appeared in the Supreme Court for the hearing of target killings in the province on Monday, DawnNews reported.   The Supreme Court rejected the Balochistan government’s initial report on the issue, ordering a more comprehensive record of the target killings and violence in the past three years.   The Chief Secretary stated that 135 million rupees had been distributed among the families of the victims.   The Supreme Court adjourned the hearings of the target killing cases till 23rd May 2011.

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