CJP Nisar expresses dissatisfaction over performance of Balochistan govt

QUETTA: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Tuesday has expressed displeasure over the performance of Balochistan govt in last four years.


A three-judge bench headed by Justice Nisar and comprising of Justice Sajjad Ali Shah and Justice Mansoor Ali is hearing the cases of public interest at the Supreme Court’s Quetta Registry.

Hearing the case CJP sought report of budget approval for health sectors in Balochistan. “If doctors are on strike then who is looking people in hospitals,” CJP inquired.

The education secretary admitted in the court that province is lack of 4201 middle and 400 high schools.

The court then adjourned hearing after which CJP left for visit to district courts.

Hearing the case in Quetta registry yesterday raised concerns over the quality of health and education facilities in the Balochistan province and summoned former Balochistan chief ministers Abdul Malik Baloch, Sanaullah Zehri to explain what they for the betterment of province in their respective tenures.

Later during the day, the CJP visited Civil Hospital Quetta.