— File Photo

QUETTA: The Balochistan government extended for another month the police powers granted to the Frontier Corps to maintain law and order in the Quetta district, said an official statement issued by the home department on Saturday.

Initially, the FC was given the police powers for two months which expired on Nov 2.—Amanullah Kasi

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