QUETTA - Balochistan Governor Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi, has said that the entire provincial govt has failed to improve law and order situation in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan.Governor Balochistan, meeting with a delegation of Hazara community headed by Jan Ali Changhazi, PPP MPA, has categorically stated that the law and order was the responsibility of the provincial government but it had miserably failed to maintain peace in the province.He was of the view that the situation had virtually gone out of the control of provincial government and the situation was heading from bad to worse.Governor Magsi informed the delegates that he was exercising no powers to correct the situation under the Constitution. However, he was regularly meeting the Chief Secretary and the Inspector General Police instructing them to bring an improvement in the situation.Earlier, the delegates, mainly Jan Ali Changhazi, were of the view that bomb blasts, target killing, kidnapping for ransom had become a daily routine in Quetta. He said that the situation had gone out of control of the Government of Balochistan and Army troops be deployed in the City for the security of life and property of the people. He suggested that the administrative control of Quetta city be handed over to the Army.According to another report, Governor Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi had postponed his scheduled visit to Jhal Magsi where he was supposed to inaugurate a car rally. He took this decision due to the deteriorating law and order situation,stating that he would remain with the people of Quetta in this difficult time when they were subject to physical attacks in shape of suicide bombings. He presided over a high-level meeting in which the Chief Secretary, the IGP and other senior officials participated that reviewed the law and order situation. The meeting took a number of decisions to improve the prevailing situation in Quetta.Nawab Magsi directed the participants of the meeting to prepare a detailed strategy in dealing with the law and order situation.He stressed the need to further boost the morale of the policemen and other law- enforcers to combat terrorism and fight other crimes.Meanwhile, Balochistan Government once against delegated police powers to Frontier Corps for another month, in wake of deteriorating law and order situation in the City.