The Balochistan government, in an apex committee meeting, on Wednesday announced the formation of a high level inquiry commission to probe the Quetta police college carnage which left over 60 people dead and over a hundred others injured on Monday night. The inquiry commission would submit its report to the provincial government after conducting a thorough probe into the attack. The meeting was attended by the chief minister of the province, inspector general frontier corps and commander southern command. It was decided during the meeting to increase coordination among all the law enforcement agencies in order to avert such attacks in the future.
The apex committee also decided to arrange for refresher courses for the police force and to have the police trained by Pakistan Army to boost their capability. Earlier today, the provincial government also announced the formation of an investigation team to probe the Quetta police college attack. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Investigation Aitzaz Goraya will lead the investigation team. Deputy Inspector General Police Quetta Abdul Razzaq Cheema said, “The support of Punjab’s forensic agency will also be sought.”
“The team will visit the site of the carnage and speak to survivors of the tragedy to probe the incident,” Cheema said.
The team will soon submit its report to the Balochistan government.