Balochistan Govt allocates land for setting up National institute of Forensic Sciences
Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam meeting Dr. Rubaba Buledi in Quetta: Photo provided by the author

Sheikh Razzaq:


The Parliamentary Secretary Law and Parliamentary Affairs Science and Information Technology Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi on Monday said that Balochistan government has allocated land for setting up of National institute of Forensic Sciences.

“With the establishment of this institute, Baluchistan’s dependence on the Punjab Forensic Laboratory will end and Quetta itself will deal with forensic matters,” she said while talking to former senior officer of Police Services of Pakistan Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam (Tamgha Imtiaz) and consultant National institute of Forensic Sciences who called on her here at Law department.

Syed Kaleem Imam briefs Dr. Rubaba Buledi about the lab

Mr. Kaleem Imam briefed her about the establishment of National Institute of Forensic Sciences in Quetta and discussed the necessary legislation in this context.

Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi said that the provincial government has provided adequate land for the establishment of the first forensic sciences institute.

MoU inked with higher education

On this occasion, Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam said that an MoU has been inked with the Higher Education Commission regarding the National Institute of Forensic Sciences, while all the administrative and technical issues have been explained in the charter, but the final law prior to the implementation, documents containing the suggestions given by the provincial government can be made.

“The institute will hire six highly qualified professionals from Balochistan, including vice-chancellor and professors, he maintained. This project will not only ensure educational facilities, but also employment opportunities will be available to talented local people of Balochistan.

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