ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notices to three top intelligence agencies of the country, Inspector General Police and IG Frontier Corps, Balochistan, in failing to protect the life and property of citizens across Balochistan. A four-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Muhammad Sair Ali, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday was hearing a constitutional petition of the president Balochistan High Court Bar Association (BHCBA) against the Federation and the law enforcement agencies. President BHCBA, Hadi Shakeel Ahmed, has made Inspector General Police (IGP), Balochistan, IG Frontier Corps Balochistan, heads of three top intelligence agencies, and federal government through Attorney General for Pakistan, and provincial government through Advocate General Balochistan as respondents. The court has directed all the respondents to submit a comprehensive report about measures taken to overcome the situation of law and order prevailing in Balochistan province. The president BHCBA, has prayed to the court that respondents may be directed to protect the life and property of Balochistan people and take all such steps, on account of which, target killing, kidnapping, abduction for ransom be controlled or such other orders and directions as may be deemed appropriate may be issued, in the interest of justice. Tariq Mehmood, counsel for petitioner, reiterated that law enforcement agencies had failed to protect the life and property of the citizens including advocates, officials, members of the law enforcement agencies and the citizens.