ISLAMABAD - The court has no jurisdiction of imposing emergency by dismantling an elected government in Balochistan and only the president has the authority to impose emergency in any region of the country, the Interior Ministry states in the report presented to the Supreme Court during hearing of Balochistan unrest case on Friday.A two-member Supreme Court bench, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heard the case.Attorney General Irfan Qadir presented the Interior Ministry’s report before the court which says that the Balochistan government has not failed and the solution of Balochistan issue is being drawn constitutionally. The attorney general said: “The office of the Interior Minister has been continually humiliated by summoning the minister to the court repeatedly and the court cannot issues order to the provincial government.The report says that the government is well aware with its responsibilities and several steps have been taken to improve the law and order situation in Balochistan. It is a false perception that the Balochistan government has failed to maintain law and order in the province and lost its legitimacy. It says: “The offices are in operation, courts are dispensing justice, children are being educated in schools, patients are being treated in hospitals, socio-economic development are being made in Balochistan.”Monitoring Desk adds: Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira has said that courts rule on any government’s performance as it is the job of the voters. In an interview with BBC on Friday, Kaira said courts can judge an act of the government but decision about their status is assemblies job, not theirs.