The Supreme Court Tuesday expressed grave concerns over Federal Government’s lack of attention and expressed serious concerns and anger over the absence of Federal Defence Secretary and Federal Interior Secretary in the case pertaining to the law and order situation in Balochistan and the missing persons issue in the province. A three-member Supreme Court (SC) bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry heard the proceedings of missing persons of Balochistan case at Supreme Court Quetta Registry. The Chief Secretary Balochistan, Inspector General (IG) Police and Principal Secretary appeared before the court. During case proceedings Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry expressed strong resentment over absence of defence, interior and principal secretaries to the prime minister, despite court orders to appear in the missing persons cases. Chief Justice remarked that agencies are facing serious allegations but the government seems least interested on the issue. The Chief Justice remarked that serious allegations are alleged against spy agencies including 80 percent over Frontier Corps (FC) added that he said to Deputy Attorney General Malik Sikandar Advocate that people are crying and ordered to recover the missing persons at any cost. “We are hearing the case and visiting Quetta for the last 4 months but you have no control in this regard”, Chief Justice said to the Deputy Attorney General. The Chief Justice, while addressing Deputy Attorney General Malik Sikandar, said do whatever it takes to recover the missing persons. In response, Deputy Attorney General Malik Sikandar put his resign the court room adding that court is not listening to him and he was appointed as Deputy Attorney General due to ‘circumstances’. Chief Justice replied, “it is not your ‘circumstances’ rather it is the circumstances of the families of missing persons who are sitting outside and you are coming here after meeting your family”. Justice Khilji Arif Hussain said to the Deputy Attorney General that they are working beyond their capacities and they have sworn in to protect the Constitution.