CJP asks judiciary to decide cases expeditiously

AJK, GB govts asked for allocation of funds for strengthening judiciary

 ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Justice Nasirul Mulk has asked the judiciary to adopt proactive approach to decide cases expeditiously.

Presiding over a meeting of National Judicial (Policy Making) Committee (NJPMC) here Saturday, the chief justice said the major challenge being faced by the judiciary is to tackle increasing litigation. He stressed for revisiting the strategies to make judiciary responsive to meet the challenge of ever growing litigation.

The committee reviewed the performance of district judiciary with reference to disposal of cases. The chief justice observed that since it has been more than two years when National Judicial Policy was revised, therefore, it needs to be revisited to further improve the performance of justice system. He desired that in this regard the chief justices of the high courts may make recommendations for consideration of NJPMC.

The committee also reviewed the implementation status of its recommendations regarding allocation of additional funds to strengthen district judiciary in terms of human resource and infrastructure. The committee recommended that the process of recruitment against the sanctioned posts may be completed as early as possible.

The chief justices of AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan informed the meeting that shortage of judges and lack of proper infrastructure is adversely affecting the performance of judiciary in AJ&K and requested the committee to make recommendations for strengthening the judiciary in terms of human resource and infrastructure. After deliberations, the committee recommended to the government for allocation of funds for strengthening the Judiciary of AJ&K and Gilgit-Baltistan.

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